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Re: [Qemacs-devel] [PATCH] X11: utf8 clipboard + wm_delete

From: François Revol
Subject: Re: [Qemacs-devel] [PATCH] X11: utf8 clipboard + wm_delete
Date: Sat, 08 Feb 2014 02:45:01 +0100
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On 07/02/2014 15:39, Charles Gordon wrote:
> On 7 févr. 2014, at 15:21, François Revol <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 07/02/2014 08:58, Charles Gordon wrote:
>>> I am not sure it works correctly on OS.X X11, nor under linux and other 
>>> unices
>> Well, it was tested on Linux, Haiku doesn't use X11.
> It does work on OS/X under X11, but I had a few crashes and I’m not sure what 
> caused them.
> Also the code could be simplified with eb_get_contents().  The current 
> implementation does not compute
> the size of the utf8 buffer correctly : it will be too short if conversion is 
> to be performed from
> Latin-1 or other similar 8bit charsets.
> eb_get_contents() has the same limitation.  I will commit a patch to correct 
> this.
> Thank you for your help testing qemacs.
> Do you use it regularly on linux/X11 ?

Not that much, although I don't use *Emacs much either except for
org-mode, as I don't have it configured properly for all the coding
styles of the many projects I contribute to, specially Haiku, so it ends
up screwing up the indenting. So I mostly use gedit or vim for now...
I should really write up some .dir-locals.el ...

On Haiku I was frustrated because I still have quite some work to get
XEmacs usable, so QEmacs fills the void, although Pe works quite well.

I'm thinking on trying to port it to some various old platforms when I
get the time.

> What is on top of your wish list ?

I'll have to think of it.


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