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Re: GNU moe 1.11 released

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: GNU moe 1.11 released
Date: Sat, 9 Jan 2021 09:23:37 +0300
User-agent: Mutt/2.0 (3d08634) (2020-11-07)

* Antonio Diaz Diaz <antonio@gnu.org> [2021-01-08 20:02]:
> Hello Jean Louis,
> Jean Louis wrote:
> > I like to have Emacs replacement, simpler editor with Emacs
> > keybindings that uses those characters.
> Moe is not a replacement for Emacs. In fact moe is almost as different from
> Emacs as an editor can be.

Yes, that is fine. I wish to use it as replacement editor on some
systems just like I use zile, but zile does not allow me other
character sets.

> > Is there a way to use other character set such as ISO-8859-2 ?
> Moe works with any ISO-8859 character set (except for a few functions) as
> long as you set the console appropiately and don't mix character sets
> neither in the same document nor in the same session.

Should I set locale? Now I tried with Eastern European keyboard and it
does not recognize my keys, and it gives message.

> But as I want to prevent future confusions, I have just removed the
> word "powerful" from all descriptions of moe.

I did not mean that you remove the word, it was part of discussion
with purpose to understand it. Not my conclusion. I cannot make any
conclusions if I cannot get it to run yet.

Is there way to use Emacs keybindings?

I am also looking for macros.

For now, I wish to enable ISO-8859-2 to work and I do not know how.

My setup:

$ export LC_ALL=hr_HR.ISO-8859-2
$ setxkbmap hr
$ moe
$ I enter I think č or ć and I get: Key code 141(0x8D) ignored

Do you know how to use that character set. Other character set I would
use is ISO-8859-5 and ISO-8859-1 with German umlauts, but that one is
maybe supported by ISO-8859-15 as well.

If the editor does support all ISO- character sets then maybe you
should say so in description, as from description I have assumed it
supports only ISO-8859-15. Then I was thinking 15 would encompass
ISO-8859-2 and ISO-8859-1 and maybe few others, but it is not so.


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