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Re: Which compile-time option breaks "window resize tolerance"?

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: Re: Which compile-time option breaks "window resize tolerance"?
Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2023 16:56:28 +0200
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Op 20-09-2023 om 16:54 schreef Jaime:
Looking at these 3 lists of compile-time options, it seems to me that
it must be --disable-utf8 / --enable-utf8 which is causing nano's
"inability" to "gracefully handle" window resizing

It is not.  It is specifying --enable-tiny that disables
things like window resizing and undo/redo.

(True, the --enable-tiny configure option is poorly named.
A better name would have been --disable-all-enabling-options-
plus-some-other-things-to-make-nano-as-tiny-as-possible.  But
that is rather long.)

So you can run ./configure with --disable for all the things you
don't need or want, as long as you don't pass --enable-tiny, you
will still have window resizing and undo/redo.

See also 'info nano build'.


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