Do you mean just type them in? That isn't working for me. Wouldn't switching
the encoding affect the whole file instead of just a particular string? I'm on
WinXP, just using Notepad, which can handle the ascii values I'm using (I was
surprised that Dr. Scheme can't, however). Typing them into a string isn't
working. I've tried escaping them and using the hex value with \x, but that
didn't seem to fly with Script-fu. 'format' isn't available either. The Gimp
2.4 supposedly supports these characters, but I just haven't seen the
documentation to back it up. Is there another way that you know of?
Thanks for your help,
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> To: email@example.com
> Date: Wed, 14 May 2008 16:28:25 +0200
> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Script-fu (Scheme) and UTF-8 literals
> > I've been having trouble finding how to encode UTF-8 special characters
> > into a string literal in Script-fu. Could someone provide an example of
> > how to hard-code international characters into a string?
> The simplest and easiest way is to use a text editor that is capable of
> switching text encoding. One of those editors would be Emacs, which is also
> available on many platforms (from the menu select: Options -> Mule -> Set
> Language Environment -> UTF-8).
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