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Re: quail input methods and conversion functions

From: Uwe Brauer
Subject: Re: quail input methods and conversion functions
Date: Thu, 08 Feb 2018 16:16:20 +0100
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>>> "Michael" == Michael Welsh Duggan <address@hidden> writes:

   > Uwe Brauer <address@hidden> writes:
   >> In ancient pre Mule times, there was iso-unacentuate which for example
   >> would translatex ä to "a
   >> Does something like this exist for all, or some quail input methods?

   > It seems to exist.  The interactive version is `M-x quail-show-key', and
   > the programmatic version is `quail-find-key'.  For example, using the
   > latin-1-prefix input method, M-x quail-show-key on ä outputs:

   >   To input ‘ä’, type ""a"

   > and (quail-find-key ?ä) -> ("\"a")

   > Both of these depend on the current input method, of course.

Thanks, but these functions do not convert globally, that is for a
region or file, between the two sets.

I mean suppose I have

 Über den Wolken, unter dem Öl,

Should give when converted

"Uber den Wolken, unter dem "Ol.

And vice versa, same way as iso-accentuate and iso-unaccentuate

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