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Stein A. Stromme
Mon, 26 May 2003 11:58:21 +0200
Gnus/5.1003 (Gnus v5.10.3) Emacs/21.3.50 (gnu/linux)
I use iso-latin-1 as my default coding system (Emacs 21.3.50 from CVS.)
If I save the following contents (buffer in text mode) to a file:
<?xml ?> ø
it gets saved just fine, with -1:-- in the mode line.
If I change it to
I'm able to save it with "nil" (?) encoding, with --:-- in the mode
line (using C-x RET f RET).
Now I change this to
<?xml " ?>
and it still saves to --:-- .
Then the puzzle: if I put back the ø, like this:
<?xml " ?> ø
Selected encoding iso-latin-1 disagrees with utf-8 specified by
file contents. Really save (else edit coding cookies and try
again)? (y or n)
I answer y and the file gets saved with -1:-- , which is fine, but I
get this question each time the file gets modified and needs saving
What is going on here?
Thanks for your time,
Stein Arild Strømme +47 55584825, +47 95801887
Universitetet i Bergen Fax: +47 55589672
Matematisk institutt www.mi.uib.no/stromme
Johs Brunsg 12, N-5008 BERGEN address@hidden
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