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Re: Accents with po-mode

From: MENGUAL Jean-Philippe
Subject: Re: Accents with po-mode
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2020 01:09:06 +0100
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Le 16/01/2020 à 10:57, Robert Pluim a écrit :
On Thu, 16 Jan 2020 08:49:16 +0100, MENGUAL Jean-Philippe <address@hidden> said:

     Jean-Philippe> Hi,
     Jean-Philippe> In PO mode, when I enter an accent (é è), when I end my 
typing (ctrl-c
     Jean-Philippe> c), it is converted into \x0153 or other kind of code. AN 
idea why? My
     Jean-Philippe> po file is utf8.

Which version of emacs is this? Also, how are you entering the


accents? I guess not with an emacs input method, since those donʼt
require C-c c.

In PO mode, you need to do Enter to open a string to transalte, then translate,
then ctrl-c c to exit.

The problem appears if I open Emacs in tty or under a graphical terminal. c-u c-\ says that I use latin-1-prefix.

You could try one of the many emacs input methods, eg

C-u C-\ french-prefix RE

lets you enter é by typing 'e

Curious. 'e writes 'e, and é writes \351

I guess a recent update in my Debian Sid gives a problem but...

If we dont find any solution here I will report a bug

Thanks for your help


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