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On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 12:09 AM, Eric Jacoboni <jaco / neottia.net> wrote:

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> What about you environment? encoding, lang, etc. ?
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Ok I found it

$ export
--cut--
declare -x LC_CTYPETF-8"

$ export -n LC_CTYPE

$ ruby -e "puts 'hello world'"
hello world


Deleting LC_CTYPE did it.

That said I understand that this LC_CTYPE setting was there for a reason,
presumably because my terminal is set to utf8, as it's supposed to be.

So it's not clear for me why ruby would now have problem with that, and how
to proceed - should the setting for utf8 be defined somehow differently?

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