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Sat, 05 Apr 2003 03:12:23 -0500
> The point was to make sure it was set through Custom so that it was
> consistent with the language environment through a Custom :set-after.
> Could you explain a bit more of what that is supposed to do?
> What sort of incompatibility does it prevent, and how?
A Japanese user will want to prefer translation of Unicode CJK to the
Ok, I understand that.
so the translation option needs to be invoked after the
language environment is set.
I don't follow; could you explain the connection between one and the
Anyway, it would be better to design this so that the various user
options are independent, and can be set in any order. I presume that
setting the custom variable recomputes other data which depends on the
language environment. If the code that did the real work were changed
to check the custom variable and the language environment directly,
then it would not matter which was changed when.
Re: utf-translate-cjk-mode, Dave Love, 2003/04/04
Re: utf-translate-cjk-mode, Luc Teirlinck, 2003/04/03
Re: utf-translate-cjk-mode, Richard Stallman, 2003/04/04