Partially, as an external encoding for files, processes, and terminals. It does not yet support Unicode fonts Does SXEmacs support Unicode Fonts?
To get Unicode support, you need a Mule-enabled SXEmacs. Install Mule-UCS from packages in the usual way. Put
(require 'un-define) (set-coding-priority-list '(utf-8)) (set-coding-category-system 'utf-8 'utf-8)
in your init file to enable the UTF-8 coding system. You may wish to
view the documentation of
set-coding-priority-list if you find
that files that are not UTF-8 are being mis-recognised as UTF-8.
Install standard national fonts (not Unicode fonts) for all character sets you use. See Q1.3.9.
Mule-UCS also supports 16-bit forms of Unicode (UTF-16). It does not support 31-bit forms of Unicode (UTF-32 or UCS-4).