> ... which in turn brings up the question of adding UTF-8 support in
> wscons, creating/finding UTF-8 console fonts, etc.
There really is no such thing as a UTF-8 font. Fonts are mappings
between codepoints and glyphs, not between encodings and glyphs.
(Actually, strictly, they _are_ mappings between encodings and glyphs,
but all existing font machinery uses simple integer encodings, with no
way to even represent variable-length encodings such as UTF-8. Well,
as far as I know, at least - I'd be very interested to hear of any
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