I want to edit UTF-8 documents with vim (7.2 installed via MacPorts, big feautre set, iconv support enabled, multi-byte support enabled) on Mac OS X 10.4 within terminal.app.
Terminal.app is configured to use Monaco font (which has good Unicode coverage) and use UTF-8 as the character set encoding.
Keyboard map is set up correctly. I can enter some localized characters like „zażółć” and even quotes around that… (yeah, and an elypsis).
I've done my best to set up the environment:
LC_ALL=pl_PL.UTF-8 LC_CTYPE=pl_PL.UTF-8 LANG=pl_PL.UTF-8 export LC_ALL export LC_CTYPE export LANG
I have no encoding, fileencoding or termencoding set in .vimrc, so that it should default to what's set in the locale.
What else have I missed? I can't enter non-ASCII UTF-8 characters in vim. It is interpreted as single-byte garbage rather than wider UTF-8 characters.