For those who use only English, the configuration shown in E-3 above suffices. But if you want to use Japanese, you have to change your sc-cite-regexp.
Yoichi HIROSE <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Some categories match the Japanese part of Nemacs but do not match that of Mule. You do not have to worry if you have not used a category to specify a regexp.
See the following regexp. The regexp is very short in Mule, while it was quite long in Nemacs. For more information, see the part of char-category in info.
Anyway you have to change sc-cite-regexp as follows if you want to use Japanese.
An example of how to set sc-cite-regexp: (if (boundp 'MULE) (setq sc-cite-regexp "\\s *\\([a-zA-Z0-9_]\\|\\cj\\)*>+\\s *") (setq sc-cite-regexp "\\s *\\([a-zA-Z0-9_]\\|\\cc\\|\\cC\\|\\ch\\|\\cH\\|\\ck\\|\\cK\\|\\ca\\|\\cg\\|\\cr\\|\\cu\\)*>+\\s *"))