Re: ITP: language
From: Eray Ozkural <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: ITP: language
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2000 12:18:03 +0000
> > (This script is a replacement of /usr/bin/user-ja-conf
> > in user-ja package, though I will leave /usr/bin/user-ja-conf
> > for backward compatibility to user-ja.)
> Excuse me for being rather ignorant on the subject, but will language-env
> contain all the hooks for a particular language? That is, if I have a wrapper
> script that
> would change auctex editing for emacs, would this be the proper package for
> it to go in?
(1) your script solves a inconveniency or difficulty on auctex editing
for emacs which is related to your native language (Turkish?)
(2) installation of your script can be achieved without root priviledge,
then I can. (1) is because this package is focused on improving native
language environment. (2) is because the native language environment
is established by '/usr/bin/set-language-env' script which is invoked
by a user who want the environment, not by the root user. In short,
'/usr/bin/set-language-env' modifies the user's dot-files such as
~/.bashrc and ~/.emacs.
You will need to rewrite your script to be written in user's dot-files
(by, for example, using shell alias in ~/.bashrc or changing emacs
variables in ~/.emacs).
If you are interested in adding Turkish (right?) support, please
read a document file README.i18n in 'user-ja' package. 'language-env'
package will be an extension to 'user-ja'.
Tomohiro KUBOTA <email@example.com>