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Misaligned register output for Unicode journal using mintty #961
and I do
The same thing in
(which is the expected).
If I just
The file itself is encoded with UTF-8 (verified in
It seems to me that this behaviour is displayed when
#708 is not related. The problem described by OP happens when I use
#536 related I think. With my above example in
doesn't work (although I ran this a few minutes before starting to write my post ... and it worked ... or at least it seemed to work, but now it doesn't :sad:).
But it does work in
I've skimmed through the issue and basically it boils down to either it works under Cygwin or Windows, right? Not both? :D Not a big deal. Weird. One solution is to use different binaries in different terminals, maybe? I won't go down that route tho', it's not a blocking problem. Easier to rename accounts not use accented letters.
Thanks for the testing of this and the other windows issues. I'll update those pages also, but here's a summary of my current understanding of windows non-ascii issues:
Back to #961: the
This was referenced
Jan 30, 2019
I did the following in both
I did not fully comprehend this part:
I'm okay to do this, but break it down for me a bit :D Do I need to modify the source and recompile to do this? Or can I use
Certainly! That is shorthand for a typical debugging workflow. It involves modifying the source a little bit and running it (in interpreted mode) from the ghci prompt.
I cloned the repo (at this commit: c8b0c9a) and did
Not sure about this. I don't have
I've checked that I have a recent-ish
I didn't have time to dive into this more than this (maybe next week), but I'm still here and listening if you have any input, I'll help get to the bottom of this.
added a commit
Jan 31, 2019
Thanks @kohanyirobert, this testing from the windows side is very useful. I've replaced sed with a more portable solution in latest master.
The Roi.hs error is odd. I guess
Pulled latest master. Same old, same old. I ran
Someone in the linked issue (or maybe somewhere else) mentioned that the macro header gets generated on the first run of
But! The macro header file got created in the meantime :) So
Changed line 87 in
the output of running
@kohanyirobert sorry I lost track of this.
It seems GHC 8.6.3 had a known bug on windows, hanging with packages like shakespeare. I'm currently updating hledger's stack.yaml to nightly-2019-03-09 & GHC 8.6.4, which should fix that.
Your debug output above shows
Thanks. I've updated the download page and http://hledger.org/hledger.html#unicode-characters .