Re: character sets
>>>>> "Colin" == Colin Watson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Thanks for all the responses. To summarise:
1. use xemacs mule latin input mode. It doesn't work for me, have to
try and find out why. Maybe I need to include something in my .emacs
file, or maybe I need to unstable version of xemacs.
2. Use iso-accents-mode and iso-accents-customize in xemacs. I
haven't yet tried all the possible language settings, but it looks
interesting (not sure what language setting is required for µ yet).
C-h f iso-accents-mode lets you see the key combinations.
3. for vim:
Colin> 'Ctrl-K j u' is probably more portable across
Colin> terminals. See :digraphs for other similar combinations.
4. alternative for (x)emacs.
>>>>> "Josh" == Josh Huber <email@example.com> writes:
Josh> Here's how to do it the non-mule way (C-x 8 foo): (require
That works too. Pity you can't preview what buttons do what
(except via ASCII text description).
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>