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Old 19th March 2023
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Default Bug fixing in wscons

From https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=arti...20230312065415:
Crystal Kolipe has written up more of her work on the console. This time, it regards bugs in the handling of UTF-8: ExoticSilicon.com - fixing cringeworthy bugs in the OpenBSD console code.

As Crystal pointed out in her email to Undeadly, Miod Vallat (miod@) has committed fixes.
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Very informative, nice article, hope it generates interest to fix
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Ouch. That one was painful to read. At least they're all fixed now though.
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