Zvi Har'El wrote:
About Solaris again. As I said, in the login shell (e.g., after doing ssh to the Solaris machine), insert-compose-character doesn't work. But, if I start another shell, even using 'exec - zsh', which should really start another login shell, it starts working! Diffing the environment (obtain from 'set') between the two shells, nothing suspicious is shown:As far as I can verify, although the ligatures æ and œ can be entered using insert-compose-character with the digraphs ae and oe respectively, the upper case ligatures Æ and Œ cannot, and zsh claims "no such combination" on AE and OE. Is it just my problem, or can you fix it? I am using the CVS HEAD zsh on Linux. Best, Zvi. PS. On Solaris, insert-compose-character still doesn't work for me.
~$ set >/tmp/a
~$ exec - zsh
~$ set >/tmp/b
~$ diff -a /tmp/[ab]
< fpath=(/staff/rl/bin /usr/local/share/zsh/site-functions /usr/local/share/zsh/4.3.0-dev-2/functions)
> fpath=(/staff/rl/bin /staff/rl/bin /usr/local/share/zsh/site-functions /usr/local/share/zsh/4.3.0-dev-2/functions)
This really makes no sense!
-- Dr. Zvi Har'El mailto:rl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Department of Mathematics tel:+972-54-4227607 icq:179294841 Technion - Israel Institute of Technology fax:+972-4-8293388 http://www.math.technion.ac.il/~rl/ Haifa 32000, ISRAEL "If you can't say somethin' nice, don't say nothin' at all." -- Thumper (1942)