This category is for tips about working with text in different character encodings.
File encoding detectionEdit
“To enter "special" characters such as the euro or copyright symbols, or diacritical marks such...Entering special characters
“One thing you should always do first is check the help. The following is an example. Modify it...Working with Unicode
“You can reload a file using a different encoding if Vim was not able to detect the correct...Reloading a file using a different encoding
“If the purpose is to ensure the loader fails to match it UTF-8, why not just put something like...Forcing UTF-8 Vim to read Latin1 as Latin1
“The (long) line below comes from my vimrc. It adds, at the left of the right-hand part of the...Show fileencoding and bomb in the status line
“If you save a file using Vim or MacVim and try to open it with Quicklook, the characters will...Display UTF-8 characters in Mac Quicklook
“Requires: Vim 6.x with Perl support. Uses Perl module MIME::Base64. If you have MIME Base64 or...Decode MIME text using Perl in Vim
Pages in category "Encoding"
The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.