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GNU screen [digraphs]

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digraphs [2010/01/27 15:07]
asciiphil Clarify screen's digraph origins.
digraphs [2010/12/29 14:49] (current)
asciiphil old revision restored
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"''%%"a%%''"; both will make an a-umlaut. "''%%"a%%''"; both will make an a-umlaut.
-''screen''s digraphs are a rough amalgamation of [[rfc>1345|RFC 1345]], with additional digraphs for many characters.  They only cover the ISO-8859-1 charset.  There is a patch for stricter and more-complete RFC 1345 digraph support at http://aperiodic.net/phil/screen/screen-rfc1345-digraph.patch ; that patch still only supports digraphs (RFC 1345 also includes a set of variable-length mnemonics), and the order of character entry is significant.+''screen'''s digraphs are a rough amalgamation of [[rfc>1345|RFC 1345]], with additional digraphs for many characters.  They only cover the ISO-8859-1 charset.  There is a patch for stricter and more-complete RFC 1345 digraph support at http://aperiodic.net/phil/screen/screen-rfc1345-digraph.patch ; that patch still only supports digraphs (RFC 1345 also includes a set of variable-length mnemonics), and the order of character entry is significant.
The digraphs that screen understands are as follows.  RFC 1345 digraphs are in **bold**. The digraphs that screen understands are as follows.  RFC 1345 digraphs are in **bold**.
 
digraphs.1264604849.txt.gz · Last modified: 2010/01/27 15:07 by asciiphil
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