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Re: multi-word abbrev expansion

From: Valentin Baciu
Subject: Re: multi-word abbrev expansion
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 18:10:07 +0200

Not exactly what you want, but here is some code that changes all 'a' characters into 'b' characters:

(let ((table (make-display-table)))
    (aset table ?a [?b])
    (setf buffer-display-table table))

You can change this to replace the / with an Unicode character. However, when you save the file you will still have the / in place. Maybe  implement a before file write hook and change what is being saved if you need to persist the Unicode character.

On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 5:40 PM, Le Wang <> wrote:
I asked about this on stackoverflow:

I'm mainly interested in expanding "1/2" to the unicode fraction, but
"/" is not word constituent, and I also don't want to change the
syntax table.


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