consider the following situation:
X-Chat version: 2.8.6 (on Ubuntu 9.10/amd64)
/charset is set to UTF-8
You are in a channel named #日本語. The channel name is utf-8 encoded and contains characters not representable in ISO-8859-1.
Someone writes a PRIVMSG to this channel. He uses ISO-8559-1 encoding.
X-Chat seems to trip over the fact that the channel name is UTF-8 encoded but the PRIVMSG itself is ISO-8859-1 encoded. The result is that X-Chat completely drops the PRIVMSG.
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