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bug#30331: Neither Emacs nor Vim nor Nano handle ligature literal insert
bug#30331: Neither Emacs nor Vim nor Nano handle ligature literal insertion well
Sat, 03 Feb 2018 14:13:12 -0500
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> However, traditional text editors
> including Emacs, Vim, and Nano are evidently NOT able to handle a literal æ
> rune insertion, and tend to raise a generic error message when the text
> expander application attempts to insert this key.
I'd expect that Quail input methods could handle this for Emacs. They
notice when you enter a' and convert it to á, so they could notice ae
and convert it to æ.
When you want separate a and e, you'd type another e.
Dr Richard Stallman
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