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I am looking for a way to write proper Czech quotation marks, e.g., „…“ ‚…‘ »…« ›…‹, in some text modes. I found typo.el and typopunct.el. But it seems I would have to make some modifications to either of them if I wanted Czech quotation marks. Is there any other package that would be useful to achieve this beside the two?

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    If you do changes to typo.el to support Czech, please do consider providing a patch so I can add it to the official repo. Thanks! :-) – Jorgen Schäfer Jul 25 '15 at 10:03
  • @JorgenSchäfer: I have made the changes and sent a pull request on GitHub. – wilx Jul 25 '15 at 15:18
  • @wilx could you possibly write a short answer to your own question, so this won't haunt the "Unanswered questions" list forever? – PythonNut Aug 3 '15 at 19:56
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@wilx could you possibly write a short answer to your own question, so this won't haunt the "Unanswered questions" list forever?

OK. I have checked out both of the packages and I have modified both and added Czech quotation marks to them (typopunct-mode, typo-mode). My modification of typo-mode is already merged to upstream. I am now using typo-mode as it seems overall more useful. Both were easy to merge. (Also, it turned out that German quotation marks are the same as Czech quotation marks.)

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