Commit 2ebc8dc3 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix curved quotes in printed manual

* doc/emacs/text.texi (Quotation Marks): Fix curved quote
characters in the printed version of the manual.
parent e4a881b5
...@@ -424,22 +424,31 @@ beginning of a line. ...@@ -424,22 +424,31 @@ beginning of a line.
@cindex curved quotes @cindex curved quotes
@cindex guillemets @cindex guillemets
@findex electric-quote-mode @findex electric-quote-mode
@c The funny quoting below is to make the printed version look
@c correct. FIXME.
One common way to quote is the typewriter convention, which quotes One common way to quote is the typewriter convention, which quotes
using straight apostrophes @t{'like this'} or double-quotes @t{"like using straight apostrophes @t{'like this'} or double-quotes @t{"like
this"}. Another common way is the curved quote convention, which uses this"}. Another common way is the curved quote convention, which uses
left and right single or double quotation marks @t{‘like this’} or left and right single or double quotation marks `@t{like this}' or
@t{“like this”}. In text files, typewriter quotes are simple and ``@t{like this}''@footnote{
The curved single quote characters are U+2018 LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION
MARK and U+2018 RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK; the curved double quotes
are U+201C LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK and U+201D RIGHT DOUBLE
QUOTATION MARK. On text terminals which cannot display these
characters, the Info reader might show them as the typewriter ASCII
quote characters.
}. In text files, typewriter quotes are simple and
portable; curved quotes are less ambiguous and typically look nicer. portable; curved quotes are less ambiguous and typically look nicer.
@vindex electric-quote-chars @vindex electric-quote-chars
Electric Quote mode makes it easier to type curved quotes. As you Electric Quote mode makes it easier to type curved quotes. As you
type characters it optionally converts @t{`} to @t{‘}, @t{'} to @t{’}, type characters it optionally converts @t{`} to ‘, @t{'} to ',
@t{``} to @t{“}, and @t{''} to @t{”}. It's possible to change the @t{``} to ``, and @t{''} to ''. It's possible to change the
default quotes listed above, by customizing the variable default quotes listed above, by customizing the variable
@code{electric-quote-chars}, a list of four characters, where the @code{electric-quote-chars}, a list of four characters, where the
items correspond to the left single quote, the right single quote, the items correspond to the left single quote, the right single quote, the
left double quote and the right double quote, respectively, whose left double quote and the right double quote, respectively, whose
default value is @code{'(?‘ ?’ ?“ ?”)}. default value is @code{'(?@r{`} ?@r{'} ?@r{``} ?@r{''})}.
@vindex electric-quote-paragraph @vindex electric-quote-paragraph
@vindex electric-quote-comment @vindex electric-quote-comment
...@@ -460,7 +469,7 @@ To toggle it globally, type ...@@ -460,7 +469,7 @@ To toggle it globally, type
type @kbd{C-q `} or @kbd{C-q '} instead of @kbd{`} or @kbd{'}. To type @kbd{C-q `} or @kbd{C-q '} instead of @kbd{`} or @kbd{'}. To
insert a curved quote even when Electric Quote is disabled or insert a curved quote even when Electric Quote is disabled or
inactive, you can type @kbd{C-x 8 [} for @t{‘}, @kbd{C-x 8 ]} for inactive, you can type @kbd{C-x 8 [} for @t{‘}, @kbd{C-x 8 ]} for
@t{’}, @kbd{C-x 8 @{} for @t{“}, and @kbd{C-x 8 @}} for @t{”}. @t{’}, @kbd{C-x 8 @{} for ``, and @kbd{C-x 8 @}} for ''.
@xref{Inserting Text}. Note that the value of @xref{Inserting Text}. Note that the value of
@code{electric-quote-chars} does not affect these keybindings, they @code{electric-quote-chars} does not affect these keybindings, they
are not keybindings of @code{electric-quote-mode} but bound in are not keybindings of @code{electric-quote-mode} but bound in
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