[texhax] Serbian Cyrillic characters

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Tue Jan 26 03:17:03 CET 2010

On 25 January 2010 Predrag Punosevac wrote:

 > [...]
 > I also have a patch SerbianC for Babel but it requires Serbian
 > keyboard and Unicode editor which I have not seen in more than 15
 > years.

There is Emacs at least.  It supports Unicode and allows you to use
characters not supported by your keyboard.  You have to select a
proper "input-method" for Serbian.

I never used Serbian, but if I select 

  Options -> Mule -> select input method -> vietnamese-viqr

I can enter Vietnamese characters on a pure ASCII keyboard (in VIQR)
conveniently: When I type "Ha` No^.i", I see "Hà Nội" on screen.

Emacs provides an input-method called "cyrillic-serbian".  I must
admit that I don't know how to use it, though.

Emacs is part of any Linux distribution.  The latest version (23.x) is
preferred because its Unicode and font support had been improved
significantly.  An up-to-date and ready-to-use version for Windows which
also provides TeX related extensions can be downloaded from:



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