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Re: announcing thaiword.el?

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: Re: announcing thaiword.el?
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 22:11:57 +0100 (CET)

> > Shouldn't it be announced somehow in the NEWS file?
> I'd love to do that, but the file was handed to me without a single
> word about its usage, not even where to put it in the Lisp
> hierarchy.

It's in the right place IMHO.

> So I have no idea what to say in NEWS.  But if you (or someone else)
> write up a NEWS entry, I will gladly install it.

Assuming that selecting `Thai' as the language environment activates
thai-forward-word and thai-backward-word, I suggest something like

  forward-word and backward-ward now also work for Thai text if the
  `Thai' language environment is active.  The functions
  thai-forward-word and thai-backward-word are mapped to forward-word
  and backward-word, respectively.  Another useful function (defined
  in thai-word.el) is thai-break-words which inserts a separator
  string at word boundaries.

> > Additionally, I think it would be a good idea to automatically use
> > thai-forward-word and thai-backward-word (which are supersets of
> > forward-word and backward-word, respectively) if `Thai' is
> > selected as the language environment.
> Again, if you suggest a patch, I will install it.

Uh, oh, I hope Ken'ichi-san can help!  I don't know how to do that.
It seems to me that the `setup-function' property in the
language-info-alist for Thai would be the right place for a hook.


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