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Sun, 26 Mar 2006 15:29:01 +0200
Am 26.03.2006 um 13:42 schrieb address@hidden:
I check the FAQ, and try the set-terminal-coding-system and set-
language-environment commands, but it seems not work. What I have
With a modern version of GNU Emacs (21.3, 21.4) it should be
sufficient to set environment variables like LC_CTYPE to something
like it_IT.ISO8859-15 (I presume that you pay in €, too). This should
make most things work, except some characters/glyphs, which might
make it necessary to create fontsets (C-h H can give hints). A final
should make it clear. If you work in different ISO Latin environments
might be useful.
BTW, is your GNU Emacs running inside xterm or as an X client?
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