samuel at Update.UU.SE
Sat May 21 09:52:28 CEST 2005
On Sat, May 21, 2005 at 09:21:01AM +0200, mus1876 at gmx.info wrote:
> can anyone tell me why when setting utf-8 for cmd.exe, gpg switches back to
> its default character set. In cmd.exe I do the follwoing to change the
> For Windows XP Pro wiht German locale and True Type Font Lucida Console in
> cmd.exe set this gives the OEM-Multilingual Latin I charset:
> Active Codepage: 850.
> Entering chcp 650001 (which stands for UTF-8) results in:
> Active Codepage: 65001.
> I now try for example to clearsign a UTF-8 encoded text file with gpg in
> verbose mode:
> gpg -vvv --clearsign test.txt
> The program's first response is:
> gpg: conversion from `utf-8' to `CP65001' not available
> gpg: using character set `iso-8859-1'
> What kind of setup (charset, file encoding) would you recommend in general.
> I thougt that gpg fully supports UTF-8. At least according to the manpage.
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