> Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 17:25:32 +0200
> From: Agustin Martin <agustin.martin@hisp...>
> > That was then. Not any more.
> I think you mean that iso-8859-* chars are currently unified. I am aware of
> that, but I am speaking about something different, mixed encodings, also
> discussed in that thread together with the iso-8859-1/iso-8859-15 problems.
> See attached file. It contains middledot in two encodings, UTF-8 in first
> line and latin1 in the second, together with something that was originally
> written as iso-8859-7 lowercase greek zeta.
Why should we care about files that mix encodings? We were talking
about dictionary definitions in ispell.el, and that file will surely
NOT mix encodings.