Input methods at the age of Unicode
Janusz S. Bien
jsbien at mimuw.edu.pl
Thu Jul 16 22:41:11 CDT 2015
Quote/Cytat - Richard Wordingham <richard.wordingham at ntlworld.com>
(Fri 17 Jul 2015 12:59:24 AM CEST):
> On Thu, 16 Jul 2015 19:33:34 +0300
> Eli Zaretskii <eliz at gnu.org> wrote:
>> > One needs a good UTF-8 text editor as well.
>> Emacs is one possibility, of course.
> If you're prepared to cut and paste,
Why it is relevant?
> it's easy to extend it own
> keyboards. (Creating the first one was a bit stressful
It is not clear for me what do you mean by "own keyboards"
- the ones
> that come with Emacs were almost all set up using ISO-2022, before
> Emacs adopted Unicode.)
I my opinion creating a new Emacs input method is extremely easy and I
solve my problems my modifying 'polish-slash'.
In a file you can associate an input method with it using Emacs an
appropriate local variable.
Prof. dr hab. Janusz S. Bień - Uniwersytet Warszawski (Katedra
Prof. Janusz S. Bień - University of Warsaw (Formal Linguistics Department)
jsbien at uw.edu.pl, jsbien at mimuw.edu.pl, http://fleksem.klf.uw.edu.pl/~jsbien/
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