UTF8 support however is still lacking. Unless, of course, I am doing something silly.
I have changed the settings in Atom as well as Git bash to use FiraCode and in bash (outside of Atom) as well as the editor, the
\scrP character displays correctly as 𝒫. In the console, however, I still get the usual
help?> � "�" can be typed by \scrP<tab>
Now, I know that compared to world peace, low carbon energy and faster time to first plot (), this is a pretty low-level problem, but for reasons not even I can explain, this one particularly grinds my gears. Much more so than waiting for the plotting back-end to finish its morning coffee, at least. (Yes, I understand that this is weird, but we are each allowed our own little deviations.)
If anyone has figured out a work-around to get this going in Windows, I would really appreciate a pointer or two.