Any recommended links or books would be much appreciated.
Originally Posted by GazL I've always used either iso or iso which is almost identicaland I've only recently switched to using utf-8 on my 'current' test partition.
About the terminus fonts: Another option would be to force nroff to generate latin1 output via the man. Long story short, correct operation is going to depend on not only your terminal program and the encoding it's using, but also your choice of font and how good its unicode-to-glyph mappings are.
As a reminder the legacy encoding for man pages is ISO, but of course a lot of languages are not covered by this codepage. Also, groff uses by default the preconv processor to convert encodings to something troff understand see man preconv. The result is a mess, because each upstream provider of man pages has its own policy for encoding and choosing the man pages' location.
Currently the main issue is that the encoding of a man page is easy enough to guess when the name of the directory that hosts it ends in.
ISO, but else only your crystal ball can help you. Of course one can request Pat to convert all man pages to UTF Another solution is described in this post from Bruno Haible, I didn't try it.
We encountered that issue in the Slint project choosing an encoding for localized man pages shipped in the packages slackpkg and pktools. So we ended up using UTF-8 for all languages. Yes DejaVu Sans Mono is a good font, that covers almost all alphabetic languages. You can even use it in a Linux console or tty, provided you installed fbterm.
Last edited by Didier Spaier; at I'd like to write a x11 terminal emulator, but I don't know how I should spawn and communicate with the shell, is there any basic (pseudo- or C) code for that? like what sort of PTY to create, how to bind the shell to it, what signals I have to catch or send, etc.
don't . Why write terminal apps?¶ Unless you see people working in technical fields on a regular basis, it's quite possible you have not seen many people using terminal applications. Even so, there are a number of reasons to consider writing a few terminal apps of your own.
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How to write terminal contents into a file. Formula 1 drivers' positions from live-f1 feed into a file. I got it work last year by running live-f1 program in 1st terminal, then firing up 2nd terminal and using some command what captured 1st terminal screen and saved it to a file.
Unfortunately most terminal implementations so far have been starting from scratch, or with a one-off monolithic fork (from rxvt for example), which is a lot of work and results in all of them being incomplete.