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Re: Want to get Term::Complete to complete with Unicode UTF-8

by naikonta (Curate)
on May 17, 2012 at 15:42 UTC ( #971093=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Want to get Term::Complete to complete with Unicode UTF-8

I guess it's concerned with readline, not the completion itself. Any chance to check on other Term:: modules like Term::ReadLine::Perl or Term::ReadLine::Gnu?


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Re^2: Want to get Term::Complete to complete with Unicode UTF-8
by PerlBroker (Acolyte) on May 18, 2012 at 20:28 UTC
    It would be nice to get it working somehow. The Completion list works, as it shows correctly the Unicode characters. When I try typing, instead od it shows ž and only at the place where is the completion in question:
    Thetabiz CRM:c
    First name: 
    Last name: 
    E-mail (1): 
    E-mail (2): 
    E-mail (3): 
    Mobile phone: 
    Office phone: 
    Now complete
    Account (1): ž <-- here is completion and the list
    
    Any other clue?
      what shows when you type the character you want on the command line (not in your program input)?

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        Command line, in shell, characters are fine. I work with Unicode always. Example or I can type everything fine in shell, including in that same software, as long as I am not on the line which is under Completion function. That is why I was thinking it is matter of Term::Completion which I use, and I don't have other Completion function to use, that I know. Even in that function, pressing TAB shows correctly Unicode choice, but under that function, using Unicode does not work.
        I found on Internet, but information may not be true, that Term::Readline does not support Unicode.

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