Commit 1c6cfb0b authored by Kenichi Handa's avatar Kenichi Handa
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(Non-ASCII Rebinding): Fix and simplify the

description for unibyte mode.
parent 55a88c8a
2004-08-25 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
* custom.texi (Non-ASCII Rebinding): Fix and simplify the
description for unibyte mode.
2004-08-23 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
* display.texi (Font Lock): Correct invalid (for hardcopy) @xref.
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......@@ -1635,17 +1635,15 @@ The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}.}:
Type @kbd{C-q} followed by the key you want to bind, to insert @var{char}.
Since this puts a non-@acronym{ASCII} character in the @file{.emacs},
you should specify the proper coding system for that file. @xref{Init
Syntax}. You should specify the same coding system for the file that
you use for your keyboard.
you should specify for that file a coding system that supports
that character. @xref{Init Syntax}.
@strong{Warning:} if you change the keyboard encoding, or change
from unibyte to multibyte mode, such that the code that
@strong{Warning:} if you change the keyboard encoding, such that the code that
@kbd{C-q} inserts becomes different, you'll need to edit the
Lisp expression accordingly.
If you bind 8-bit characters like this in your init file, you may find it
convenient to specify that it is unibyte. @xref{Enabling Multibyte}.
@strong{Warning:} @kbd{C-q} will insert the wrong code if you visit
the file @file{.emacs} in a unibyte buffer, so don't do that.
@node Mouse Buttons
@subsection Rebinding Mouse Buttons
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