How to use viH

Here are the hellenic additions to vim:

 Use ^A (i.e. Control key plus the A key) to switch between Hellenic and Latin
mode. In Hellenic mode the keyboard produces the ELOT character set.

 If you want to accent a letter use the ' key while in Hellenic mode. Striking
the ' key twice will produce ' itself. So 'o will produce an accented o!

 If you want to umlaut a letter use the : key while in Hellenic mode. Striking
the : key twice will produce : itself.

 Combinations of the above two keystrokes are possible. For:'i or ':i both
produce an accented, umlauted i. 

You can change the three switch characters using the following commands

:set accent=x
:set umlaut=x
:set switch=x

where x is the character that you want to be used for the corresponding action.
Example:
:set accent=;
now ; is used to accent characters.

Please use only *ONE* character after the = sign since using more may crash
the editor ("minor" programming defect here).

You can include these commands into your ~/.exrc file so that you wont
have to repeat them every time you invoke viH.

Changing the switch character from ^A to something else is not recommended
since it may interfere with other vim commands. However if you feel
adventurous go ahead and try it!