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Update to reflect changes made by Eli Zaretskii to support bidirectio…

…nal editing in Emacs
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+UPDATE: as of version 24.1 of emacs (in version control), I happily declare this mode to be obsolete, deprecated and what not. Eli Zaretskii has come far with Bidi-support (which is activated by setting `bidi-display-reordering' to a non-`nil' value, on a per-buffer bases, so please use that for testing and reporting back problems.
While we do not have bidirectional support in GNU Emacs, this program can be used to write right-to-left languages such as Arab, Persian and Yiddish.
Shells out to command-line program such as fribidi of bidiv to show a mirror buffer with bidified output for a buffer in logical order.
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-;;; yiddish.el --- Quail package for inputting Yiddish characters -*-coding: utf-8;-*-
+;;; yiddish.el --- Quail package for inputting Yiddish characters -*-coding: utf-8; bidi-display-reordering:t -*-
-;; Copyright (C) 2008 Niels Giesen
+;; Copyright (C) 2008, 2010 Niels Giesen
;; Author: Niels Giesen <com dot gmail at niels dot giesen, in reversed order>
;; Keywords: mule, input method, Yiddish
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