Tips For Fixing Linux VI Conversion Errors

Feb 1, 2022 English

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    Sometimes your system may display an error code indicating that a Linux VI conversion error has occurred. There can be several reasons for this problem.

    Adding set listchars=tab:â–¸ ,trail: ,extends:#,nbsp: causes a “CONVERSION ERROR” queue while the vimrc file is saved.I’m using gvim 7.3 on Windows 7.

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    I don’t have to answer this question exactly, but I’ll give you a few guesses: I < br>probably the browser is generated using one encoding and you’re using gvim/vim with an incompatible
    encoding I don’t know how you can see what encoding your browser is generating, but the encoding for vim can be checked with

    enc collection
    set fenc

    If you can live with utf-8 If not try this Campbell

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    >> I can’t really answer this question, but I’ll give you a few guesses: I
    >> guess the browser is using the body encoding, and you are using gvim/vim with
    >> a completely different and incompatible encoding. I’m not entirely sure how to determine which
    >> your browser is using, but the encoding for vim doesn’t work. check
    >> with
    >>
    >> set enc
    >> set fenc
    >>
    >> If you have utf-8 set, try using that.
    >>
    >> Sincerely,
    >> Chip Campbell
    >>< br> >< br>>Yes indeed.< br>>
    > A file conversion error on save means that the cached file (in < br>> ‘encoding’) contains one or more characters that
    >> are not in the ‘fileencoding’ ‘ character set in which you are trying to compress the file

    >. For example, specify “Mother nature herself (French digraph oe)

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    >” and you will try to save it in latin1 format.
    >
    > If an error occurs, the main conversion will occur, when reading via pasting into vim’s memory,
    >so some “encodings” are not compatible with the data; IOW,
    > vim can’t represent how data is in memory, with “Encoding” being the predominant choice. .
    >
    > I recommend using UTF-8 for vim’s memory information (“Encoding”) because< br>> Unicode (including UTF-8) can represent any possible set of electronic characters.
    > Converting between Unicode and Latin1 is trivial, and Vim (consisting of course of a
    > multi_byte, ie when hat(‘multi_byte’) is non-zero) can
    > do this unaided; Converting to another encoding other than Unicode
    > (either to include them, or from which gb18030 thousand is a Unicode encoding, on the other hand
    > requires large conversion tables) the Iconv library is usually required, or the
    > is compiled or available for dynamic loading on playback (to verify this, make sure
    > that do has(‘icon’) is non-zero).< br>>
    > See also http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Working_with_Unicode and the pages mentioned there
    >help See
    >
    > also: help 8g8
    >
    >
    > Regards,
    > Tony.

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    Hello

    Thanks for the tip, two of the following didn’t quite solve the problem.< br>set enc returns
    encoding=u tf-8

    < p> set fenc returns < br>file encoding=latin1

    KHow do I know for sure which one is applicable? – utf-8 or
    latin1? – And how can I make sure that utf-8 is applied, assuming it
    fixes the bug?

    8g8 is good, but not reliable enough to help me experience the joy of throttling 2k
    lines. filled with invalid encoding characters.

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