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Re: Emacs next variants

From: Andrew Tropin
Subject: Re: Emacs next variants
Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2023 09:18:41 +0400

On 2023-03-10 20:36, Liliana Marie Prikler wrote:

> Am Freitag, dem 10.03.2023 um 22:44 +0400 schrieb Andrew Tropin:
>> > > Thanks for pointing that.  From my understanding, it does not
>> > > change what Cayetanos is raising: emacs-next-tree-sitter is built
>> > > using '--with-pgtk'.  In fact, the package emacs-next-tree-sitter
>> > > is built using the master branch (Emacs 30 unbranched yet) with
>> > > tree-sitter *and* pgtk support.
>> > > 
>> > > Cheers,
>> > > simon
>> > 
>> > As for the NEWS-29 file:
>> > 
>> > "Running this configuration on X is known to have problems, such as
>> > undesirable frame positioning and various issues with keyboard
>> > input of sequences such as 'C-;' and 'C-S-u'."
>> > 
>> > C.
>> I haven't used X for a while, but if it's still the case for 30
>> version, I guess we can inherit pgtk from tree-sitter.
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the point of C-S-u with pure GTK to
> use GNOME's ibus widget?  Granted, we have other problems with ibus
> currently, but it's still a part that makes the pgtk branch feel
> gnomier.

I'm not very into the details of implementation of pgtk and how it
affects C-S-u, also, I don't usually use C-S-u, so can't say much here.

> As for tree-sitter-with/without-gtk, I have no opinion here.  We could
> try exporting package rewriters so that everyone can have their cup of
> tea, but maintaining one's own Emacs on the user/channel level ought
> not to be too difficult either.

I guess inheriting pgtk from tree-sitter looks most logical here: no
potential problems for X users, tree-sitter for wayland users.  Updated
the inheritance hierarchy.

Best regards,
Andrew Tropin

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