Neovim: file encoding and you
We’ll pick up where we left off last time, file encoding.
Disclaimer: when I talk about Vim I will sometimes refer to Vim as opposed to Neovim, and sometimes to mean both Vim and Neovim. The context should hopefully make clear which one I mean.
File encoding is governed by the buffer-local
fileencoding flag (which
for new files is set to the global
fileencoding option). This means
that changing the global
fileencoding flag doesn’t have an immediate
effect. We’ll have to look elsewhere this time.
How do we convert
- describe where
charconvert fits in