of the Free Software Foundation are approved by the Foundation.
+ADDITIONAL DISTRIBUTION FILES
+The Emacs Lisp code for input methods for various international
+character scripts is distributed in a separate tar file because of its
+large size. This file is called leim-M.N.tar.gz, with the same
+version number as Emacs, and it unpacks into the directory
+emacs-M.N/leim. Thus, if you unpack it in the same directory where
+you unpacked the Emacs distribution, it fills in a subdirectory
+of the Emacs distribution.
+If you have already unpacked the Leim tar file into a subdirectory of
+the Emacs sources, building and installing Emacs automatically
+installs the input method support as well. If you unpack the Leim tar
+file into the Emacs sources after building and installing Emacs, just
+build Emacs again and install it again.
+The intlfonts distribution contains X11 fonts that Emacs needs in
+order to display international characters. If you see a non-ASCII
+character appear as a hollow box, that means you don't have a font for
+it. You might find a font in the intlfonts distribution. That
+distribution contains its own installation instructions.
BUILDING AND INSTALLATION:
(This is for a Unix or Unix-like system. For MSDOS, see below; search