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Hebrew word correction in "HELLO" file

From: TAltman
Subject: Hebrew word correction in "HELLO" file
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 16:51:37 -0700

To whomever it may concern,

Attached please find a correction to the GNU Emacs "HELLO" file, which
can be displayed by pressing 'C-h h' . 

The Hebrew word for 'hello', often transliterated as 'shalom', was
written with the characters in the order progressing from left-to-right,
instead of right-to-left ( as is the case with many semitic languages ). 

My version of GNU Emacs is: 21.2.1

I also might recommend double-checking the ordering of the Arabic and
any other example that comes from a non-Romance language, as they might
have been inadvertently reversed as well.



P.S.- Please inform me of anything further I need to do in order for
this 'fix' to be properly licensed as per the prerogative of the FSF.

Attachment: HELLO-fix.gz
Description: GNU Zip compressed data

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