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Which default encoding for Vim: utf8 or latin1?

I'm writing text in European languages as French, German, Italian. All characters are compatible with latin1 encoding. Thats why I decided to set the default encoding in vim to latin1. Once in ...
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Search for non-characters (character replacement indicators)

I have a text file (actually a .csv exported from .xlsx in LibreOffice) with lines that have gibberish when opened in LibreOffice Calc. In VIM they appear as the following: Joe User, joe@user.com, ...
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encoding that is compatible with both latin1 and uft-8?

I use vim to edit files and I can make it display Korean only if I set the "Current language for non-Unicode program" to "Korean". I can accept that thtat is the way it supposed to be. But then if I ...
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Vim scripting with Tcl: encoding mismatch

I am trying to write a plugin for Vim using Tcl as the backend language. I have written and tested most of the code and it seems to work fine except for one hurdle I can't seem to get over: encoding. ...
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284 views

Vim upside down question marks on whitespace

I've installed spf13-vim on my Vagrant machine with Ubuntu. The issue is that when I log into Vagrant with vagrant ssh and run Vim then I get all these upside down question marks on either making a ...
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558 views

Encoding over SSH Issues

I have a Linux machine and a Windows machine, both using Vim with the Powerline plugin. They both work great with patched fonts. Next, I want to SSH onto an OSX 10.6 machine and also use the Powerline ...
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1answer
347 views

Vim: Can't open a file's directory if it contains special letters

In Vim I can open the directory of an active file using this command: :silent ! start %:p:h However, if the directory contains special characters (like Scandinavian letters), I'm getting an error. ...
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Loading a chinese encoding file in vim, conversion errors

I can view http://hosting2.phor.net/~bolomi/ and save this to a file. In Chrome, I can view source and see the title of the page is 波羅蜜. If I open the saved file in vim to edit, I see question marks ...