> On Thu, 24 May 2012 18:12:19 +0900, "Stephen J.
Turnbull" <turnbull(a)sk.tsukuba.ac.jp> wrote:
You don't want that if you can avoid it (that's a RIGHT
QUOTATION MARK, U+2019). You want ʼ, if your fonts have it (that's
MODIFIER LETTER APOSTROPHE U+02BC, which is preferred to the ASCII
The issue is babel.el a package which allows to send text
to any of these translating servers, such as
or babelfish. Babelfish however does not work
J'ai une voiture
J' have a car
I already hear you telling me that one should fix, babel.el
but I have no time at the moment to look into that further
and the actual maintainer is a GNU emacs user.
Jʼai une voiture
works fine, so I will stick with this kludge for the moment.
You'll probably have to make one. It's easy enough to add to
input methods, say latin-9-prefix (or whatever seems most useful to
Eg, for latin-9-prefix add
at around line 75 of latin-euro-input.el (use find-library to get
don't forget to byte-compile!) If that doesn't work, first check for
load-path shadows (M-x list-load-path-shadows).
I did that
byte compiled etc,
`a --> à
Did not show that latin-euro-input is shadowed.
 the google interface is de functional at the moment,
since google changes its API every second month at it
has been increasingly difficult to catch up.
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