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Re: new Emacs HELLO file??

From: 川幡 太一
Subject: Re: new Emacs HELLO file??
Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2009 02:51:51 +0900
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>> In <address@hidden>, 
>> Per Starbäck wrote:

> 2009/9/8 Stephen J. Turnbull <address@hidden>:
> > IMO, a better way to do this would be to change the HELLO file to be a
> > Lisp library, and encode it in UTF-8.  The table of greetings can
> > simply be wrapped into a string, and add a table of "languages we have
> > preferred fonts for" in Lisp.

> Also if there's a hello command that creates a buffer ("*Hello*"?) 
> dynamically,
> it could put a greeting for the appropriate locale at the top.

In some way, it is already realized by `sample-text' attribute of
`set-language-info-alist' function.

`HELLO' file may be useful for symbols and scripts not yet (or cannot
be) supported by Emacs as language, but are already encoded by the


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