Commit 66ecdc9e authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Small fixes related to etc/HELLO

* doc/emacs/help.texi (Language Help):
* doc/emacs/mule.texi (International Chars):
etc/HELLO is for character demonstration.

* etc/HELLO: Say that this is not a comprehensive list.
Remove "duplicate" entry.  (Bug#11024)
parent ef00465f
2012-03-16 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* help.texi (Language Help):
* mule.texi (International Chars):
etc/HELLO is for character demonstration.
2012-03-15 Dani Moncayo <dmoncayo@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* dired.texi (Shell Commands in Dired): Fix typo.
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......@@ -464,7 +464,8 @@ listing the associated character sets, coding systems, and input
methods, as well as some sample text for that language environment.
The command @kbd{C-h h} (@code{view-hello-file}) displays the file
@file{etc/HELLO}, which shows how to say ``hello'' in many languages.
@file{etc/HELLO}, which demonstrates various character sets by showing
how to say ``hello'' in many languages.
The command @kbd{C-h I} (@code{describe-input-method}) describes an
input method---either a specified input method, or by default the
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......@@ -137,8 +137,8 @@ writing files, and when exchanging data with subprocesses.
@cindex undisplayable characters
@cindex @samp{?} in display
The command @kbd{C-h h} (@code{view-hello-file}) displays the file
@file{etc/HELLO}, which shows how to say ``hello'' in many languages.
This illustrates various scripts. If some characters can't be
@file{etc/HELLO}, which illustrates various scripts by showing
how to say ``hello'' in many languages. If some characters can't be
displayed on your terminal, they appear as @samp{?} or as hollow boxes
(@pxref{Undisplayable Characters}).
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2012-03-16 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* HELLO: Say that this is not a comprehensive list.
Remove "duplicate" entry. (Bug#11024)
2012-02-20 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
* emacs-buffer.gdb ($valmask): Don't assume EMACS_INT fits in 'long'.
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This is a list of ways to say hello in various languages.
It is not intended to be comprehensive, but to demonstrate
some of the character sets that Emacs supports.
Non-ASCII examples:
Europe: ,A!(BHola!, Gr,A|_(B Gott, Hyv,Add(B p,Ad(Biv,Add(B, Tere ,Au(Bhtust, Bon,Cu(Bu
......@@ -46,7 +48,6 @@ Lao ((1>RJRERG(B) (1JP:R-4U(B / (1"mcKib*!4U(B
Malayalam ($,1@N@R@O@^@S@"(B) $,1@H@N@X@m@5@^@P@"(B
Maltese (il-Malti) Bon,Cu(Bu / Sa,C11(Ba
Mathematics $,1x (B p $,1x((B world $,1s"(B hello p $,2!a(B
Nederlands, Vlaams Hallo / Dag
Norwegian (norsk) Hei / God dag
Oriya ($,1:s;\;?:f(B) $,1;6;A;#;?;,;G(B
Polish (j,Bj(Bzyk polski) Dzie,Bq(B dobry! / Cze,B6f(B!
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