writing in cyrillic

writing in cyrillic

Post by wan_deri » Sat, 09 Apr 2005 17:43:31


Hi.

I want to write in cyrillic in emacs, but I "can't activate input
method" it's said, when I try to toggle. Althought I can edit the
russian "hello" in the show multilingual text...

any help please
 
 
 

writing in cyrillic

Post by Alexey G. » Sun, 10 Apr 2005 23:36:35


XXXX@XXXXX.COM (wanderin) writes:


If you try C-\ you have to set LANG in environment. If your Emacs
can't activate input methon _inside_ Emacs (via Set Language
Environment), I guess you use precompiled Emacs (I sure it was
compiled without leim. For example, Emacs under Cygwin 2 years
ago.).

Russian "hello" can be displayed if you choose cyrillic default
fonts, but it doesn't mean that Emacs sets the cyrillic encoding.
It may be latin-1, for instance.

Get both emacsXXX.tgz and leimXXX.tgz, untar in the same directory,
recompile it and be happy.


HTH,
agkhram
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writing in cyrillic

Post by vedm » Mon, 11 Apr 2005 10:09:17


XXXX@XXXXX.COM (wanderin) writes:


To write cyrillic I simply do:

M-x set-language-environment

and choose Cyrillic-ISO (you may want to Cyrillic-KOI8). Then I do

M-x set-input=method

(or invoke this command with C-\) and choose one of the cyrillic input
methods.

That should be all. (My Emacs is version 21.4.1, on Debian).


--
vedm
 
 
 

writing in cyrillic

Post by walter bla » Tue, 12 Apr 2005 04:26:41

vedm a rit :
thank you for all theses answers. :-)