Czech and emacs
Debian Mail <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|> I am desperately trying to insert a z with caron (it looks like
|> Could someone tell me what packages I need and what I have to do
|> then to insert this character into my emacs buffer?
It wasn't clear to me from your message whether you're using emacs19
or emacs20. Emacs20 has full support for alphabets other than the
English alphabet (that's what principally sets it apart from emacs19).
For emacs20 you need two commands (input manually or in an init file):
This will work as long as your system has the necessary LEIM library
(Libraries of Emacs Input Method). This should be a file czech.elc in:
If the library doesn't currently exist on your system (and it may not
since LEIM is distributed separately from emacs), you can get it from
the same ftp sites from which emacs itself is available.