2496Re: Help with suppressing display of certain characters.
- Jun 12, 2008On 12/06/08 16:15, itabtabai wrote:
> It might be a MacVim problem after all since it renders well on yourTo see if it is compiled with +arabic enabled, look at the output of
> I am not sure if there is a "+arabic" literal configuration option. Do
> you mean "multibyte" "huge" ./configure options? The "set arabic"
> command works, so I am assuming that I've built with arabic support.
":version". On the first line after "Features enabled [+] or not [-]:",
the first item is usually either "+arabic" (feature enabled) or
"-arabic" (feature disabled). If it is disabled, your version of Vim
probably knows nothing about how to shape Arabic letters within words or
about how to place harakat (i.e., short vowels with or without tanueen,
as well as shadda and sukuun) on top of consonants (or under them as the
case may be).
>If setting 'arabic' makes the display RTL, your version is probably
> Note that the images I've sent are using the most decent fonts that
> MacVim would display. I've been through more bad fonts at display,
> e.g. some fonts would eat up the first character on the line. Not to
> mention that when "arabic" is set and display becomes RTL the line
> numbering would get messed up.
compiled with Arabic script support.
>Compiling Vim with GUI support (be it the X11 GUI or the native-Mac GUI)
> Should I compile MacVim with gvim support, maybe that would solve the
would at least eliminate any problems due to running Vim inside
Terminal.app. Or are you already running in GUI mode but with some
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