CJK support. #19

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zhuangya opened this Issue Nov 14, 2011 · 3 comments

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I have this wiki page:

https://github.com/bitsmix/dotvim/wiki/Hello

Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters are not show as expected in the code section.

the source code of wiki:

var foo = function(bar) {
    alert('你好'); //"hello" in Chinese.
    alert('こんにちは'); //"hello" in Japanese".
    alert('안녕하세요'); //"hello" in Korean.
};

update:

GFM in issue works fine with CJK Characters.. why don't support wiki page?

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Dither Feb 3, 2012

The same thing goes for wikis in other non-ascii languages. Any simple text displays correctly but source code blocks show UTF characters as ISO.

var foo = function(bar) {
    alert('Привет'); // "hello" in Russian.
};

Results this:

var foo = function(bar) {
    alert('��иве�'); // "hello" in Russian.
};

Dither commented Feb 3, 2012

The same thing goes for wikis in other non-ascii languages. Any simple text displays correctly but source code blocks show UTF characters as ISO.

var foo = function(bar) {
    alert('Привет'); // "hello" in Russian.
};

Results this:

var foo = function(bar) {
    alert('��иве�'); // "hello" in Russian.
};
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skeggse Jul 16, 2013

Is this still an issue? If not, could you close the issue?

skeggse commented Jul 16, 2013

Is this still an issue? If not, could you close the issue?

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zhuangya Mar 29, 2016

it's not a issue anymore now :) cheers.

it's not a issue anymore now :) cheers.

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