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[help-texinfo] Texi2dvi and non-ascii

From: Tomas Zerolo
Subject: [help-texinfo] Texi2dvi and non-ascii
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 15:25:16 +0200
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Hi gurus,

how do I specify a non-ascii encoding (in my case, it'd be iso 8859-1,
aka Latin-1) for texinfo?

Yes, I do know about @documentencoding and @documentlanguage, but they
don't seem to help in the TeX case.

I had to resort to things like

      [...lots of ugly stuff here...]
    @end tex

of olden TeX times. Besides, I had to hand-catch the *.aux file in case
some umlaut slipped into an index entry to keep it from wreaking havoc.

Is there a better way I'm not aware of?

My version is:

    address@hidden:~$ texi2dvi --version
    texi2dvi (GNU Texinfo 4.7) 1.3

Thanks for any help
-- tomas

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