(This is not a question about a compile error, but about the Linux terminal setting.)
During any compile error, the error statement doesn't properly display code fragments:
In member function â: error: â was not declared in this scope
Is there a setting to get my terminal to properly show:
In member function `foo()': error: `endl' was not declared in this scope
More info: This shows-up in Emacs compile mode correctly, but even saving that buffer to a temporary file and reading it on the command-line produces the above characters. Reading that file in Vim shows that the strange characters represent more than one column of text.