# Re: IDE for python

Le dimanche 1 juin 2014 03:48:07 UTC+2, Rustom Mody a écrit :
> On Friday, May 30, 2014 10:37:00 PM UTC+5:30, Rustom Mody wrote:
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> > You are talking about the infrastructure needed for writing unicode apps.
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> > The language need not have non-ASCII lexemes for that
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> > I am talking about something quite different.
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> > Think for example of a German wanting to write "Gödel"
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> > According to some conventions (s)he can write Goedel
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> > But if that is forced just because of ASCII/US-104/what-have-u it would
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> > cause irritation/offense.
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> Curiously I just saw this tex/emacs question/answer elsewhere –
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> particularly amusing the first 'char' of the answer.
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> Question:
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> | I'm a new Emacs/Auctex User. Auctex for Emacs is amazing but
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> | there are some little things could be better. When generating a
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> | section with c-c c-s the label ist generated automatically. But
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> | if there is an german Umlaut in the section title like 'ä' this
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> | becomes just 'a' in the label. Is there any possibility that
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> | auctex will substitute the 'ä' by 'ae' and not by 'a'?
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> | '�' is not possible, since latex can not handle Umlauts in references.
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> | For 'ae' I'm sure someone is able to provide a little patch.

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\begin{document}
""" A small text, αβγ. {\label{étiquette€α}}\\
See page \pageref{étiquette€α}. """
\end{document}

>>> # copy/paste from the generated pdf in my interactive
>>> # interpreter.
>>> """ A small text, αβγ.
... See page 1. """
' A small text, αβγ.\nSee page 1. '
>>>

jmf
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