Alexander Farber wrote:
is anybody using the Vim editor on Windows for editing
My problem is that the cyrillic letters which are being displayed
ok by Macromedia/Adobe Flash IDE appear broken in Vim 7.0.
The russian text is displayed broken and twice as long as it
should be and there are repeatable "P" and "C" characters -
which is what I often see in other programs, which mistake
Unicode text by the Windows-1251 text.
Has anybody found a solution there?
see ":help ++opt"
Try ":e ++enc=utf-8 filename" and ":e ++enc=cp1251 filename", and see what
happens. Oh, and maybe koi8-r too, if the actual encoding of the file isn't known.
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