Ar an t-ochtú lá is fiche de mí Deireadh Fómhair, scríobh stephen(a)xemacs.org:
Aidan Kehoe writes:
> > Don't some iso8859 charsets have them ?
> No. In non-East-Asian practice yes, since the Microsoft extensions of the
> ISO character sets included them between 0x80 and 0xA0.
*Please* be careful. The Microsoft coded character sets are *not*
extensions according to any of the relevant standards except as
subsets of Unicode.
Agreed. But Andriy’s not from East Asia, and only East Asia cares about
those standards, especially ISO 2022. Non-ISO 2022 Cyrillic-alphabet and
Roman-alphabet standards are mundane, and useful software in these regions
needs to be able to deal with them.
[...] Aidan, are your patches #ifdef'able? If so, maybe it's
other interested parties got a look at them, ready for prime time or not.
I was being pessimistic; as the patch in question currently stands, its
behaviour is not any worse than what’s in the source tree. I intend
committing it tomorrow, after some further confirmation that its defaults
> (If it’s falling back, it’s to the US layout, yes.)
IIRC, XEmacs has no concept of keyboard layout (at least in X11). It
just accepts keysyms from the server.
My committed support for the Russian-C-x problem understanding of the US
keyboard layout into the editor.
> (unless (>= 5 emacs-minor-version)
> (require 'un-define))
(unless (emacs-version>= 21 5 6) (require 'un-define))
is a much better idea.
Indeed it is.
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