First, thanks to Mike Fabian for all his help! This time, my questions are
quite easy to resolve, I hope:
1. Is (x)emacs 22, with native utf, released? The reason I ask is that I
have seen references to it on Japanese m17n lists.
2. In my emacs (not in xemacs though, although it has other problems) I
can't save a utf-8 file with hanzi's, and then retrieve it, hanzi'z look
something like this \230\123\162 instead.
3. A problem with big5 and latex: when latexing a big5-file, the character
"open", [kai1] (akeru/hiraku in Japanese) doesn't work. It seems that it is
taken as a two-latin-character combination, with } being the second, whihc
tex doesn't like. Does anyone know why, and how to solve it?
4. How can I latex files in the utf-encoding (with both Japanese and
Chinese)? It doesn't work right now, at least not the file UTF8-test.tex in
the cjk examples catalogue.
Any help is greatly appreciated!