switching to any other than English keyboard layout is not handled correctly anymore on the prompt at minimum
Mon Jan 25 21:12:36 GMT 2021
I used mintty -- default in cygwin installation as I understand.
I switch layouts by switching keyboard mappings, mappings are customized
from the standard ones to what is called "phonetic" for non-Latin alphabets
but this is handled just fine everywhere outside Cygwin.
I will be guessing here what you request from me but I attempted to type in
UTF-8 август, basically Russian in all small letters for August as a
more or less random but valid example. FIlename I was looking for contains
this string and filename is presented correctly as all others are with ls
but I cannot type this string in cygwin's prompt.
I hope we are coming closer to the cause here.
On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 9:59 PM Brian Inglis <
> On 2021-01-25 05:46, Ariel Burbaickij via Cygwin wrote:
> > I tried to find some files from the command line prompt which are named
> > using various non-Latin (Russian, Hebrew, Arabic) and non-default Latin
> > (German) layouts under Windows 10 Enterprise using recent cygwin version
> > and the outcome is that instead of representing letters I see control
> > characters of the type: \263\320\321 (Unicode numeric value of the
> > letters?). Any ideas what happens here and how correct functionality can
> > restored?
> Which command line prompt(s): cmd, mintty, rxvt, xterm, ...?
> Where and how did you switch layouts: Windows keyboard mapping, Windows
> locale, Windows user regional settings, chcp, LANG, LC_CTYPE, LC_ALL, ...?
> If you are using a terminal, what are the terminal locale and code page
> Maybe you could explicitly show and tell us what characters you used
> (sending in
> hex please and also in 8bit UTF-8 for maximum readability: that looks like
> which went out with ASCII, ISO-646, SBCS code pages), show us how the
> appear including the locales and the shell command lines, and show and
> tell us
> what you expect, and what is the difference in what you see.
> For details on Cygwin file name special character mappings, see:
> Take care. Thanks, Brian Inglis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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