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2429Re: Problem with searching multi-byte word in gvim

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  • Kiwon Um
    Dec 30, 2007
      On 12월30일, 오전12시31분, Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechely...@...>
      > Kiwon Um wrote:
      > > Hi there.
      > > I've got a problem during VIMming.
      > > I'm using VIM 7.1.175 (svn version) compiled with following options:
      > > ./configure --enable-xim --enable-gui --enable-multibyte -enable-
      > > multilang
      > > And I'm using nabi-0.99.0 XIM for hangul(Korean) input.
      > > Input is fine all.
      > > No problem is with that.
      > > But when I search (/) some hangul words, the gvim is stopped to work.
      > > If I use vim with xterm, that's fine again.
      > > Only gui-version vim (gvim) has the problem, searching multibyte word.
      > > Any idea?
      > I don't quite understand what the problem is: please corret me if I'm wrong.
      > You're hitting / followed by some hangul text, then <Enter>. This works fine
      > in Console Vim in xterm, but it hangs gvim. Is that it?

      That's right. After hitting <Enter>, process is hanging. (It needs to
      force quit.)

      > I suspect some interaction between Vim and XIM, but I'm not sure what. How do
      > you enter Korean text in xterm? Maybe Vim is completely bypassed in that case
      > (the interaction being between XIM and the terminal, not XIM and gvim)? What
      > are your XIM settings? (both in XIM, and IM-related settings in gvim)?

      I use same XIM for both xterm and gvim, nabi-0.99.0.
      My /etc/X11/xinit/inputrc setting is as follows:


      As I mentioned before, even in gvim, hangul input is fine.
      Only searching has the problem.

      > Best regards,
      > Tony.
      > --
      > % cat /usr/include/sys/errno.h
      > #define EPERM 1 /* Operation not permitted */
      > #define ENOENT 2 /* No such file or directory */
      > #define ESRCH 3 /* No such process */
      > #define EINTR 4 /* Interrupted system call */
      > [...]
      > #define EMACS 666 /* Editor Too Large */
      > %

      Thanks for your reply.
      If you need to know something about my other XIM-related setting to
      solve this problem, just let me know. :)
      Thanks again.
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