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thai + M-q + cut'n'paste problem

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: thai + M-q + cut'n'paste problem
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 01:16:39 +0200 (CEST)

[emacs 2005-03-29]


I see two bugs with the current Thai support, but I suspect that both
are symptoms of the same problem.

1. Open the attached file in an `emacs -Q' (using thai-tis620
   encoding), mark the paragraph as a region paste to another `emacs
   -Q' (under X11), and you can see that all composite glyphs are
   displayed decomposed.

2. Start `emacs -Q', set language environment to `Thai' and load the
   attached file.  Then set the right margin to 60 characters and do
   M-q.  In the fourth line, the first character appears decomposed.
   If you do another call to M-q, the character is composed.

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??????????? cygwin ????? ?????????????????????

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