[OS X TeX] Re: TeXShop: ISO Latin 9, German and Japanese Localizations

Stefan Walsen stefan at walsen.net
Mon Jan 16 22:40:55 CET 2006


On 16. Jan 2006, at 22:06 Uhr, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 16.01.2006 um 21:27 schrieb Stefan Walsen:
> It might be easier to use a practice as with GNU Emacs: among the  
> few first lines add a comment like:
> 	;;; -*- mode: Text; coding: thai-tis620; -*-
> or
> 	%% -*- mode: LaTeX; coding: iso-8859-15; -*-
> And this is already realised in two ways! First you can use TeXShop  
> specials à la '%!TEX encoding = <some value>' (or '%&encoding= ' in  
> earlier versions), and second there is '\usepackage[latin9] 
> {inputenc}' -- what is there needed more? (A parser to look for  
> inputenc lines too if there is no TS special.)

well, this neither tells you which encoding some file you got as an  
email-attachment is in, nor does it change that file to the encoding  
you want it to have.


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