David Byers authored
Detailed changes: > 2007-06-10 <David Byers@GULAG> > > Better display of texts claiming to be us-ascii: > * mime.el (lyskom-mime-decode-content-type): Pretend us-ascii > texts are really latin-1. > > Fix bug 819: > * completing-read.el (lyskom-read-conf-internal): When an exact > match is found, return t only if the input string is equal to the > only alternative. > > Fix bug 1277: > * swedish-strings.el (coding-system-mismatch-warning): Added > reference to Emacs manual. > > * utilities.el (lyskom-check-configuration): Don't warn about > coding system if UTF-8 is supported. > > * lyskom-buttons.el (lyskom-make-button-menu): Encode menu strings > properly. > 3,4c24,36 < * language.el (lyskom-language-keymap-internal): Let Emacs 22.1 < follow links with mouse-1. --- > Prefer UTF-8 over all but latin-1: > * mime.el (lyskom-charset-alist): Never choose us-ascii. When > us-ascii text is detected, assume latin-1 instead. For some > reason, us-ascii is detected on some emacsen even when this is not > the case. A more powerful charset would perhaps be a better > choice, but chances are if charset detection is broken, then what > are the chances that e.g. unicode conversion works? > (lyskom-charset-alist): Include utf-8 early in the list, making it > the preferred charset (when it works). > > Follow links with mouse-1 in Emacs 22.1: > * language.el (lyskom-language-keymap-internal): Bind follow-links > in the global LysKOM keymaps. 5a38 > Fix various naming issues: 11810,11811c11843,11844 < eval: (ispell-change-dictionary "british") < eval: (if (boundp 'set-language-environment) (set-language-environment 'Latin-1)) --- > ispell-local-dictionary: "british" > coding: iso-8859-1d8d96007
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