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Re: spanish keys

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: spanish keys
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2001 16:55:17 -0600 (MDT)

    I don't know if this is a bug, (or at least an emacs bug), but I
     think that emacs should be perfect in its version 20,
     so.... Please scuse me if this is not a real bug, but my
     "linux-morality" command me to do this.

Reporting anything that seems like a flaw is definitely a good idea,
and thank you for the report.  But this principle, like the Free
Software community, is much older than Linux.  It is a misnomer
to call this a Linux "principle", just as it is a misnomer to
call the whole operating system "Linux".

Please think of it as Free Software morality.

The problem you reported is clearly a real bug.  No lesser word
will fit.  Perhaps you can get some useful information by typing
C-h l when the problem is happening.  Do these characters appear
in C-h l the same way they do when there is no problem?

You can also try typing M-: (read-key-sequence "foo") RET á, both when
the problem is happening and in normal circumstances, and show both

If the results are the same, suppose they are "á", then you try M-:
(key-binding "á") RET, both when the problem is happening and in
normal circumstances.

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