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Question on Mule and Makor2, font display vs char input?

From: Anna Petrov Ronell
Subject: Question on Mule and Makor2, font display vs char input?
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 10:44:17 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.1006 (Gnus v5.10.6) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)


Is  there an  easy  way  to define/redefine  how  Mule operates.   For
example, can a custom Mule Language environment be easily defined?

There is a LaTeX font environment called makor2 which allows a user to
create output  using Hebrew  characters.  These output  characters are
often defined by multi-byte combinations.   So it would be nice to have
an Emacs  mode which allowed a user  at the keyboard to  type a single
input  key and have  that keystroke  display the  proper corresponding
Hebrew  character  on the  screen  while  placing  the proper  set  of
matching  characters into  the  file  for LaTeX  Makor2.   There is  a
standard keyboard setup use in Israel  which can be followed and a set
of Mule Hebrew screen fonts seem to be readily available.

Is there an easy way to  use the existing Mule Hebrew character set as
a starting point to create a new Emacs mode definition which will just
output the needed Makor2 multi-byte character set?


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