Commit acc112c7 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

* mule.texi (International, Language Environments): Update

the list of language environments to what Emacs currently
supports.  Add the full list to the index.  Suggest C-h L for
details rather than trying to give very brief details here.
parent 6cd46bdb
2014-03-13 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
* mule.texi (International, Language Environments): Update
the list of language environments to what Emacs currently
supports. Add the full list to the index. Suggest C-h L for
details rather than trying to give very brief details here.
2014-03-12 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cmdargs.texi (General Variables): Don't mention INCPATH,
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@cindex multibyte characters
@cindex encoding of characters
@cindex Celtic
@cindex Arabic
@cindex Bengali
@cindex Chinese
@cindex Cyrillic
@cindex Czech
@cindex Devanagari
@cindex Han
@cindex Hindi
@cindex Marathi
@cindex Ethiopic
@cindex German
@cindex Georgian
@cindex Greek
@cindex Hangul
@cindex Hebrew
@cindex Hindi
@cindex IPA
@cindex Japanese
@cindex Korean
@cindex Lao
@cindex Latin
@cindex Polish
@cindex Romanian
@cindex Slovak
@cindex Slovenian
@cindex Thai
@cindex Tibetan
@cindex Turkish
@cindex Vietnamese
@cindex Dutch
@cindex Spanish
Emacs supports a wide variety of international character sets,
including European and Vietnamese variants of the Latin alphabet, as
well as Cyrillic, Devanagari (for Hindi and Marathi), Ethiopic, Greek,
Han (for Chinese and Japanese), Hangul (for Korean), Hebrew, IPA,
Kannada, Lao, Malayalam, Tamil, Thai, Tibetan, and Vietnamese scripts.
well as Arabic scripts, Brahmic scripts (for languages such as
Bengali, Hindi, and Thai), Cyrillic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Greek, Han
(for Chinese and Japanese), Hangul (for Korean), Hebrew and IPA@.
Emacs also supports various encodings of these characters that are used by
other internationalized software, such as word processors and mailers.
......@@ -267,25 +259,129 @@ language environment also specifies a default input method.
@code{current-language-environment} or use the command @kbd{M-x
set-language-environment}. It makes no difference which buffer is
current when you use this command, because the effects apply globally
to the Emacs session. The supported language environments
(see the variable @code{language-info-alist}) include:
to the Emacs session. See the variable @code{language-info-alist} for
the list of supported language environments, and use the command
@kbd{C-h L @var{lang-env} @key{RET}} (@code{describe-language-environment})
for more information about the language environment @var{lang-env}.
Supported language environments include:
@cindex Euro sign
@cindex UTF-8
@quotation
ASCII, Belarusian, Bengali, Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Cham,
Chinese-BIG5, Chinese-CNS, Chinese-EUC-TW, Chinese-GB, Chinese-GBK,
Chinese-GB18030, Croatian, Cyrillic-ALT, Cyrillic-ISO, Cyrillic-KOI8,
Czech, Devanagari, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Ethiopic, French,
Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, IPA, Italian, Japanese,
Kannada, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Latin-1, Latin-2, Latin-3, Latin-4,
Latin-5, Latin-6, Latin-7, Latin-8 (Celtic), Latin-9 (updated Latin-1
with the Euro sign), Latvian, Lithuanian, Malayalam, Oriya, Polish,
Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish,
Swedish, TaiViet, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, UTF-8
(for a setup which prefers Unicode characters and files encoded in
UTF-8), Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Welsh, and Windows-1255 (for a setup
which prefers Cyrillic characters and files encoded in Windows-1255).
@cindex ASCII
ASCII,
@cindex Arabic
Arabic,
@cindex Belarusian
Belarusian,
@cindex Bengali
Bengali,
@cindex Brazilian Portuguese
Brazilian Portuguese,
@cindex Bulgarian
Bulgarian,
@cindex Burmese
Burmese,
@cindex Cham
Cham,
@cindex Chinese
Chinese-BIG5, Chinese-CNS, Chinese-EUC-TW, Chinese-GB,
Chinese-GB18030, Chinese-GBK,
@cindex Croatian
Croatian,
@cindex Cyrillic
Cyrillic-ALT, Cyrillic-ISO, Cyrillic-KOI8,
@cindex Czech
Czech,
@cindex Devanagari
Devanagari,
@cindex Dutch
Dutch,
@cindex English
English,
@cindex Esperanto
Esperanto,
@cindex Ethiopic
Ethiopic,
@cindex French
French,
@cindex Georgian
Georgian,
@cindex German
German,
@cindex Greek
Greek,
@cindex Gujarati
Gujarati,
@cindex Hebrew
Hebrew,
@cindex IPA
IPA,
@cindex Italian
Italian,
@cindex Japanese
Japanese,
@cindex Kannada
Kannada,
@cindex Khmer
Khmer,
@cindex Korean
Korean,
@cindex Lao
Lao,
@cindex Latin
Latin-1, Latin-2, Latin-3, Latin-4, Latin-5, Latin-6, Latin-7,
Latin-8, Latin-9,
@cindex Latvian
Latvian,
@cindex Lithuanian
Lithuanian,
@cindex Malayalam
Malayalam,
@cindex Oriya
Oriya,
@cindex Persian
Persian,
@cindex Polish
Polish,
@cindex Punjabi
Punjabi,
@cindex Romanian
Romanian,
@cindex Russian
Russian,
@cindex Sinhala
Sinhala,
@cindex Slovak
Slovak,
@cindex Slovenian
Slovenian,
@cindex Spanish
Spanish,
@cindex Swedish
Swedish,
@cindex TaiViet
TaiViet,
@cindex Tajik
Tajik,
@cindex Tamil
Tamil,
@cindex Telugu
Telugu,
@cindex Thai
Thai,
@cindex Tibetan
Tibetan,
@cindex Turkish
Turkish,
@cindex UTF-8
UTF-8,
@cindex Ukrainian
Ukrainian,
@cindex Vietnamese
Vietnamese,
@cindex Welsh
Welsh, and
@cindex Windows-1255
Windows-1255.
@end quotation
To display the script(s) used by your language environment on a
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