Dear Roland,

My contribution does not change this approach. Just it splits the existing 
styles files in a way that allows more easilly to select what language you want 
to format the address book.

In other words all the macros that are language specific (e.g.\today) are 
placed in a separate .tex file.

I had also to modify bbdb-print.tex in order to remove these macros from there, 
and bbdb-print.el so that the new language specific .tex file is in the 
include-file alist cell.



De : Roland Winkler <>
Envoyé : mercredi 8 juin 2016 13:55:32
À : Vincent Belaïche
Cc : BBDB info list
Objet : Re: Patch to support printout internationalization

On Tue Jun 7 2016 Vincent Belaïche wrote:
> Here is attached a patch for printout to be in another language
> than English.
> BTW, the 'P' keymap is no longer active for bbdb-print. Any plan
> to resurrect it or make some other mapping ?

I have a (so far incomplete) re-write of bbdb-print based on the
idea that the bbdb records should be written to a (La)TeX file using
some generic LaTeX commands for the fields of each record (like
\name{first}{last}, \phone{label}{number}, etc)

Then one can more easily define new LaTeX classes (or even style
files to be used with any other LaTeX class files) which (re)define
these LaTeX commands.

I hope I can complete this not too far in the future.

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