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Topic: MATLAB Linux accent printing
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Van Lancker Eric

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Registered: 10/3/05
MATLAB Linux accent printing
Posted: Oct 4, 2010 4:05 PM
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Hello,

First sorry for my bad english.
I'm currently integrate a Matlab standalone executable over Debian Lenny.
This executable build a picture with text like that :

% Console test
disp('Données spiroïdal aiguë à Pompéi');
...
% Figure test
fig = figure(1); clf;
set(gcf, 'Position',[1 29 600 900],'PaperOrientation','portrait',....
...
text(0.1,0.5,'Données spiroïdal aiguë à Pompéi','fontname','tahoma','fontsize',10);
...
set(gcf,'PaperPositionMode','Auto','Units','Pixels','Position',[0 0 650 950], ...
print(fig,'-depsc2','graph.eps');

The text on console (by Disp) is OK, not accent probleme, but the text printed on the picture (graph.eps) is not good. Accents are substituted by unknow char.

* I check my locales, is fr_FR.UTF-8@euro
* I try to encore my source code (*.m) in UTF-8 and UTF-8 without BOM but this not change graphique output
* I try to play with native2unicode & co but nothing work.

can someone help me to solve this poblem ?
Thanks a lot in advance




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