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bio website useradgents.com
location Amiens, France
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iOS architect and tech leader at userADgents, Paris, France.

Quality coder since 1993
Specialised in iOS Interface Design and UX
Occasional NodeJS evangelist
Debian enthusiast


Oct
6
comment Mercurial Install
Welcome to SO. Don't worry if we close your post, it's just that this question should be asked on Super User rather than here.
May
26
awarded  Supporter
Sep
9
comment GNU Dialog and UTF-8 characters
I would be surprised, I've compiled them with MacPorts just a few days ago. nCurses is at 5.9.20110404 and dialog is 1.1-20110707. I've had this problem for months, anyway.
Sep
9
comment GNU Dialog and UTF-8 characters
Actually, my terminal works great when in bash or vi — I can enter accented characters and it does not mess with them. Only dialog produces this problem. Could it be a problem in ncurses' configuration?
Sep
8
awarded  Editor
Sep
8
revised GNU Dialog and UTF-8 characters
added 126 characters in body
Sep
8
comment GNU Dialog and UTF-8 characters
... (continued) but in iTerm2's settings, "Terminal Emulation > Character Encoding" is correctly set to "Unicode (UTF-8)".
Sep
8
comment GNU Dialog and UTF-8 characters
I don't have a /proc, as I'm on a Mac for iOS development. Whether I'm using iTerm2 (my default terminal) or Mac OS's standard Terminal, dialog exhibits this behavior. And my fr_FR.UTF-8 is correctly listed under locale -a.
Sep
8
asked GNU Dialog and UTF-8 characters
Sep
8
awarded  Autobiographer