[erlang-questions] How to show non-ascii charaters correctly in erlang shell?

devdoer bird <>
Mon Sep 15 19:09:03 CEST 2008


HI:

I can't find the patch.Would you please tell me where it is? Many thanks.

2008/9/12 devdoer bird <>

> Thanks .Can you give me the link?
>
> 2008/9/12 mog <>
>
>>   On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 10:38:06AM +0800, devdoer bird wrote:
>> > HI:
>> >
>> > We have chinese words  input /output in erlang shell,and we want to show
>> > them  correctly in terminal ,but the erlang shell only show the integer
>> > number .
>> > Eg. If we input "????"  in the shell,it will appear as :
>> > 9> "\326\320\316\304".
>> > "\326\320\316\304"
>>
>> Currently ssh, telnet, and shell drivers, escape anything but ascii
>> sequences.  I assumed this was for security / cleanliness issues.  It is
>> easy to go alter this, I have a patch on erlang-bugs list that did just that
>> to allow for ^L to be typed and followed correctly in the shell.
>>
>> Mog
>>
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