[vim-multibyte] Re: one bug & two more things
- Toni Gaya wrote:
> > > OK, if I type "CTRL-K", "a", "SPACE", I get "�" character on screen. ButOK, thus the X-input method (XIM) is required for this.
> > > It's not the correct way. The "normal" way to get it in keyboards like
> > > spanish, french, ... is typing a "'" character (that is on the
> > > keyboard), and then a "a" character. "I suppose" a function of Xwindow
> > > must exist that allow you read in a transparent way (i.e., directly from
> > > Vim, without doing "strangerous things") the "�" character.
> > Aha, that's the dead key problem. This is a known problem. Unfortunately
> > I don't know how to fix it, and I don't have a keyboard to try it out.
> > You could try compiling with the X-input method (XIM) enabled, perhaps
> > that will help.
> OK!!! IT WORKS!!!!
> Yesterday I modify file /vim-5.6/src/Makefile, enabling #CONF_OPT_INPUT =
> --enable-xim deleting # on this file, but it not works. Today, I have used
> /.configure --enable-xim , and now it works WELL.
> Now, you must decide if it must be enabled by default or no (I think it isEnabling the XIM by default might cause problems for some people. I would not
> important for spanish, french,... all users that uses accutes -or accents-
> to have it enabled by default, but I don't know the program code and I don't
> now if it has something "bad" secondary efecct to have it enabled)
want to take the risk right now. I wonder if some part of the XIM feature
could be included though. For example, the call to XtSetLanguageProc().
That looks harmless for people not really using XIM.
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