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lynx-dev Re: 283dev15 for Win32

From: Webmaster Jim
Subject: lynx-dev Re: 283dev15 for Win32
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 1999 23:09:54 -0500

On Fri, Dec 03, 1999 at 12:50:14PM +0900, Henry Nelson wrote:
> > one requested fix, namely dropping that "AUTO" string from the upper
> > right hand corner. It's just a hack in the GridText.c file to snip the
> > call to str_kcode(), so it may have side effects I haven't found yet.
> I've been doing that since the SH code was first introduced.  There are
> no side effects that I know of, except that you have the page character
> set switching code (^L) in there, but you won't know which one you have
> turned on.  Is the code useful for anything except CJK?

Here's my way of excluding that string:

--- gridtext.cdf        Wed Nov 17 23:08:08 1999
+++ gridtext.c  Thu Dec  2 15:18:50 1999
@@ -1505,11 +1505,13 @@
+#if defined (WRITE_ON_TOP_OF_SCREEN)
     move(0, 0);
 #if defined(CJK_EX) && defined(SH_EX)
+#endif /* write on top of screen */
     if (text->top_of_screen > 0 && HText_hasToolbar(text)) {

(The #define should be after the next 2 lines, however).
WRITE_ON_TOP_OF_SCREEN is just a made-up string meaning
nothing in particular.

> > I tried compiling with "CJK_EX" undefined, but found that str_sjis and
> > set_ws_title became unglued. These functions seem to be grafted on the
> > top of LYMainLoop.c without the right nesting of includes, i.e., I don't
> > understand why the WIN_EX is within CJK_EX.
> They should be independent, neither within the other.

Well, the code looks like this (somewhat abbreviated):

#if defined(CJK_EX) /* 1999/05/25 (Tue) 11:10:45 */
#include <HTCJK.h>
extern HTCJKlang HTCJK;
extern char *string_short(char *str, int cut_pos);  /* LYExtern.c */

PUBLIC char *str_kcode(HTkcode code)
#ifdef SH_EX    /* 1999/05/25 (Tue) 11:12:05 */
    if (no_table_center) {
    strcpy(buff, p);

#ifdef WIN_EX

PRIVATE char *str_sjis(char *to, char *from)
PRIVATE void set_ws_title(char * str)

#endif /* WIN_EX */

#endif /* CJK_EX */

So, without CJK extensions, I don't get the functions I mentioned.
It would be nice to have descriptions of these functions so we'd
know how they are used without much digging.  I would guess the
"k" in str_code means Katakana?

Marvin the Paranoid Android.

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