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Update unidecode recipe #5351

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johnmastro commented Mar 3, 2018

Brief summary of what the package does

Unidecode provides functions to transliterate Unicode text to ASCII. It is a reimplementation of the Python module of the same name.

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@tarsius tarsius merged commit 0af5c20 into melpa:master Mar 11, 2018

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purcell commented Mar 18, 2018

Late to this, but I'd be amazed if Emacs doesn't already have functionality equivalent to this in the standard library. :-)

BTW, the recipe could have been defined slightly more simply with :files (:defaults "data").

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johnmastro commented Mar 20, 2018

Thanks for pushing the simplification!

I asked on help-gnu-emacs yesterday whether Emacs has equivalent functionality built-in and Eli Zaretskii responded. He says that ucs-normalize.el can be used to remove accents, and some scripts have input methods that support transliteration, but nothing as general as Unidecode.

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purcell commented Mar 25, 2018

@johnmastro Good to know. This certainly looks useful - thanks for sharing.

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