48072Re: Romanian IME on Windows XP
- Mar 1, 2004Ionutz Borcoman <borco@...> wrote:
> Antoine J. Mechelynck wrote:Ionutz Borcoman <borco@...> wrote:
> > http://vim.sourceforge.net/tips/tip.php?tip_id=246 (What to
> > know, and where to look for help, when using Unicode in gvim)
> Setting the termencoding to iso-8859-2 solved the problem.
> > Antoine J. Mechelynck wrote:The "right way" is what works for you. See ":help 'iminsert'" about
> > > Ionutz Borcoman <borco@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm not sure what you call "Romanian IME". (I thought IM were
> > > only for languages like Chinese, Japanese and Korean.) If you
> > > mean the same thing as what I call the "International Keyboard"
> > > application, then I can tell you that Vim is not aware of it.
> > Yep, it was my mistake. I was thinking at the Romanian keyboard.
> > What I would like to have is to be able to rotate the keyboards from
> > EN->RO->Japanese->EN when I press ALT-SPACE (I whant to be able to
> > edit files that contain both Japanese and Romanian characters). I
> > can do this
> > in Notepad, and I was curious if I can do it in VIM.
> > I have attached my custom _vimrc to the e-mail. The script called
> > in it
> > is one of those you were talking about:
> > http://vim.sourceforge.net/scripts/script.php?script_id=789
> > I have also done my own romanian keymap, that does the translation
> > between what the vim receives and what I was expecting it to
> > receive,
> > but I'm not sure yet that this is the 'right way'.
> > TIA,
> > Ionutz
> > source $VIM\_vimrc
> > runtime scripts/set_utf8.vim
> > set guifont=courier_new:h10
switching between East-Asian IM, keymap, and neither.
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