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Sun, 23 Apr 2006 23:00:54 -0400
Gnus (www.gnus.org), GNU Emacs (www.gnu.org/software/emacs/)
> In GNU Emacs 21.4.1 (i486-pc-linux-gnu, X toolkit, Xaw3d scroll bars)
> ["Leden" "Únor" "Březen" "Duben" "Květen"
> "Červen" "Červenec" "Srpen"
> "Září" "Říjen" "Listopad" "Prosinec"])
> everything in Emacs was fine, till i want to print a calendar (using
> commands 't y' and 't Y') -- the LaTeX output defined a commands for
> printing the months as used in my native language (so it was \Leden
> for January) but at the end of file, where the actual command is
> printed, the "\January" was typed out, for it is hardcoded in
> calendar.el. See the attachment please.
Thanks for the bug report, but I don't understand what you mean.
What do you mean by `"\January" was typed out, for it is hardcoded in
calendar.el'? I don't see "January" anywhere in the attachment you
sent, instead I see "Leden". As far as I can see, `t y' etc (except
for cal-tex-cursor-filofax-year) respect the value of
> If i may suggest, i will leave the name for LaTeX commands in
> english, because other languages may use unusual characters -- so
> have two arrays for month/day -- one for LaTeX commands, one for
> localized strings to use by this commands.
I think what you're saying here is a separate issue; namely that a
user may have customized calendar-month-name-array to have unusual
characters that might not latex correctly?
- calendar.el, mar, 2006/04/13
- Re: calendar.el,
Glenn Morris <=