I live in a funny part of the world where we're required to quote text like this:
„quotes“ (note the difference between the opening and closing quote).
Is there an easy way to set up a LaTeX document so that I could just type the usual double quotes that are on my keyboard (
"like this"), and the LaTeX document processor would replace them to the ones that I need (
I know I could just use
,, (two commas) and
`` (two grave accents) in the LaTeX source file, but this seems like a step-back from what Microsoft Word has to offer at this point ;-)
If LaTeX (or XeTeX, or whatever) can't do that by itself, is there a way to preprocess the LaTeX document with some sort of an regular expression (somehow embed the regexp in the document)?
The language in question is Lithuanian.
babel doesn't do what I want; I don't know if it's supposed to.
What I would like to achieve is the automatic
„“ replacement. Quoting text with anything more than a single keystroke doesn't seem efficient to me ;-)