[Q] Don't set the current langenv to ja just because someone used a japanese IM
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Wed Aug 15 09:29:00 EDT 2007
Aidan Kehoe writes:
> * skk-leim.el (skk-leim):
> Setting the current language environment to Japanese just because
> skk-leim.el was loaded is wrong.
This is very arguable. Yes, it looks very wrong (which is one reason
why the whole concept of a global language environment disgusts me),
but I always have to do this by hand because inserting Unicode files
will give the wrong answer in Japanese buffers unless you force the
environment (specifically the Unicode precedence list) to Japanese.
What goes wrong if you have a Japanese language environment in a
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