Den 2016-09-20 skrev Peter Otten <__pete...@web.de>:
> Martin Schöön wrote:
>> Den 2016-09-19 skrev Christian Gollwitzer <aurio...@gmx.de>:
>>> Am 19.09.16 um 22:21 schrieb Martin Schöön:
>>>> I am studying some of these tutorials:
>>> Assuming that you use UTF-8 (you should check with an emacs expert, I am
>>> not an emacs user), try putting the header
>>> # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
>>> on top of your files.
>> I already have this and since it doesn't work from command line
>> either it can't be an emacs unique problem.
> Are all non-ascii strings unicode? I. e.
> u"Schöön" rather than just "Schöön"
I am not sure I answer your questions since I am not quite sure I
understand it but here goes: The complete file is UTF-8 encoded as
that is how Geany is set up to create new files (I just checked).