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Thu, 06 Jan 2011 17:14:59 +0100
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.2 (gnu/linux)
I wrote the following defun:
"Function to call `query-replace-regexp' and search
for words, ignoring LaTeX commands starting with a backslash,
which contain ligatures 'ff', 'fi', 'fl', 'ffi' and 'ffl' and
queries about replacing them with their LaTeX non-ligature
variant. E.g. 'shelfful' could be replaced by 'shelf\"|ful',
while '\\flushright' is ignored."
It works, unless there is more then one ligature in the word.
I can replace 'aaaflaaa' with 'aaaf"|laaa', but the defun fails to replace the
first occurrences of 'fl' in 'aaaflaaaflaaa'.
Help on the rexeps involved would be appreciated. Thx!
PS: Yes I know of the rmligs program; my need is for other languages than
I know that for LaTeX documents I should (and will) use
`reftex-query-replace-document' instead of `query-replace-regexp'.
Do words in the English language exist which have more than one ligature?
"A Korean newspaper wrote that Aachen University is the MIT of Europe."
Burkhard Rauhut / "Anything that's the something of something isn't
really the anything of anything." Lisa Simpson
- regexp question,
Thorsten Bonow <=