[Tugindia] german chars in std letter

Sivaram Neelakantan tugindia@tug.org
13 Jan 2003 15:12:47 +0530

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In a std letter, one of the address lines is in German, i.e
"Gro=DFHausBerg " .  I'm able to see the char "=DF" in the emacs buffer
but NOT in the generated PDF file. It comes out as "GroHausBerg".  Can
someone tell me how to get german chars in a std english letter?

I confess that I tried the package babel with the option german
thinking that it would solve it all but it didn't.  Another thing, the
address line was cut and pasted from a MS email mail into the emacs
buffer so I'm not sure whether this is an input encoding issue too.

I'm using ntemacs+auctex+cygwinized tex installation.


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