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Re: swedisch texts in emacs (auctex) and latex

On Wednesdayen den 25 April 2001 07:35, Peter Makholm wrote:
> Andreas Schuldei <andreas@schuldei.org> writes:
> > I use latex to write documents, normaly.
> > I would like to start writing swedish texts, now.
> I have the following in the start of my LaTeX files:
> \documentclass{article}
> \usepackage[danish]{babel}
> \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc}
> \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
> For getting swedish characters you need the last two lines (I
> think thats is the *correct* way to do it, but there are other
> ways). The second line is mainly for getting danish hypernation
> and danish texts for "Chapter", "Tabel of Content" and so on.
> (Well, you should probaly change it to swedish instead of
> danish)

I have not done it myself, but looking at a Swedish LaTeX file in 
emacs, I find the following:

In the beginning of the file is:

And my guess is that 'isolatin1' is the secret here.

Emacs mule says:

Coding system for saving this buffer:
  1 -- iso-latin-1-unix

For getting the Swedish letters, I have a Swedish keboard, and in 
the emacs files they have the character values: 
å (aa) 0x8e5
ä (ae) 0x8e4
ö (oe) 0x8f6
.... and so on. 

If you don't have a Swedish keyboard, I don't know exactly what 
to do. The easiest is probably to change the keyboard encoding in 
X. If you use KDE, you can easily configure a Swedish keyboard, 
and it can be changed by pushing a button. I just tried to 
reconfigure KDE for a german kezboard, and it was verz easz. 
üÜ... (german keyboard swaps z and y). If you don't have KDE, 
there are probably other ways. Actually, I can put in the dots 
separately, but first pushing the double dot (diaresis) key, and 
then an 'a' or 'o', this works in emacs and creates the correct 

-- Karolina

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