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Re: Using quail input methods to translate buffer text.

From: Kenichi Handa
Subject: Re: Using quail input methods to translate buffer text.
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 21:29:16 +0900
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In article <address@hidden>, Peter Heslin <address@hidden> writes:

> Thank you very much!  This function will be extremely useful on a daily
> basis (and I would guess also to others converting text from legacy
> encodings to Unicode).

> I append below a version of your function which suits my working habits.
> The only problem I have noticed so far is this: if it encounters an
> end-of-line at a point where it is still looking for possible keystrokes
> to modify the current character, then the function stops there and does
> not process the rest of the string.

> I have worked around this for my purposes by appending a space to every
> line before conversion, but I hope there is a cleaner solution.

Currently I think there's no clean solution.  Even appending
a space doesn't work for some input methods.  I have some
idea about making input methods work as batch, but that
requires big changes in the current code.  Perhaps for

Kenichi Handa

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