Commit 59938af3 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(set-locale-environment): Set default-file-name-coding-system _after_

keyboard and terminal coding systems.  This fixes last change.
parent cca24670
2007-11-16 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
 
* international/mule-cmds.el (set-locale-environment): Set
default-file-name-coding-system _after_ keyboard and terminal
coding systems. This fixes last change.
* mail/rmail.el (rmail-current-subject-regexp): Allow more than
one space after "Subject:".
 
......@@ -2615,9 +2615,18 @@ See also `locale-charset-language-names', `locale-language-names',
(let ((code-page-coding (intern (format "cp%d" w32-ansi-code-page))))
(when (coding-system-p code-page-coding)
(setq locale-coding-system code-page-coding)
(setq default-file-name-coding-system code-page-coding)
(set-keyboard-coding-system code-page-coding)
(set-terminal-coding-system code-page-coding))))
(set-terminal-coding-system code-page-coding)
;; Set default-file-name-coding-system last, so that Emacs
;; doesn't try to use cpNNNN when it defines keyboard and
;; terminal encoding. That's because the above two lines
;; will want to load code-pages.el, where cpNNNN are
;; defined; if default-file-name-coding-system were set to
;; cpNNNN while these two lines run, Emacs will want to use
;; it for encoding the file name it wants to load. And that
;; will fail, since cpNNNN is not yet usable until
;; code-pages.el finishes loading.
(setq default-file-name-coding-system code-page-coding))))
(when (eq system-type 'darwin)
;; On Darwin, file names are always encoded in utf-8, no matter
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