Turkish Mode for Emacs, developed by Deniz Yüret, is now available as a package via MELPA. This is for people trying to type Turkish documents on a U.S. keyboard using Emacs. The program provides a `turkish-mode` in which the correct Turkish accents are added to the ASCII version of the last word typed each time the user hits space. If you are using a recent stable version of Emacs that lets you use the Emacs package manager, and you’ve added MELPA as a repository, installing it is as easy as running:
M-x package-install turkish
and then putting the following line in your init file:
Once you have done that, in any Emacs session you can toggle the Turkish mode
The same program has been converted to many different languages and available on many platforms such as a Python package, a Java package, a Perl CPAN package, an Ubuntu PPA package, a web application, a Chrome plug-in, a Firefox add-on, and a Safari add-on.