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bug#15402: 24.3; Emacs and Mac OS Dock bad launch behavior

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: bug#15402: 24.3; Emacs and Mac OS Dock bad launch behavior
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2013 11:21:08 +0200


20 sep 2013 kl. 09:57 skrev Constantine Vetoshev <address@hidden>:

> On Sep 20, 2013, at 00:05, Jan Djärv <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I agree that some of these settings should be taken into account. Don't know 
>> which though.
>> Maybe we should set utf-8-unix as default on OSX if LANG is not set? 
>> FWIW M-x shell behaves correctly for me.
> M-x shell does not use term.el, and it doesn't attempt to emulate a real 
> terminal. It stands to reason that it would behave completely differently. I 
> can't really avoid emulating the terminal for my use case.

I see.

> Did you reproduce the ansi-term line handling bug I explained, with the 
> sample file I attached?


> The main problem is that it does not go away with any of the Emacs-specific 
> utf-8-unix settings. It only goes away with a correctly-set LANG.
> We might be able to suggest a default LANG when it's not available (is that 
> what you meant?), but is there a valid non-locale-specific value for it we 
> can use? Mine is set to "en_US.UTF-8", and I thought LANG requires a locale 
> prefix. We obviously shouldn't just default to the en_US locale.

For this case, the language part is not really used, it is the UTF-8 part that 

        Jan D.

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