Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:
> 
> |3) The primary encoding is associated with the string or file that
> |the parser is going to parse, and thus the primary encoding is used as 
> |the default source encoding for the script.
> 
> The role for the primary encoding is the default for file I/O, nothing
> more.  It does (should) not affect the source encoding at all.
> 

So -K should *not* set the source encoding if the script does not have a 
coding comment?  Won't that cause compatibility problems?  My 
understanding of -K in 1.8 is that it sets something closer to source 
encoding than to primary encoding.

	David