'imi' default value (Re: win2k IME...)
- That default value may be for XIM.
It make XIM set focus to vim.
This was required by some version of XIM users.
I don't like this default value 2.
But I can "set iminsert=0" in my vimrc,
so I don't care about it.
Probably, some documentation is needed.
Muraoka Taro <koron@...>
> The default value of iminsert with IM compiled in is 2; with IME2k,
> this sets the input language to Japanese. This was rather confusing and
> took quite a while to track down, as applications normally don't change
> the input mode on start by default.
> Is this the intent? (I've never seen another application do this.) Setting
> it to 0 restored expected behavior, but that's nontrivial to find.
> Glenn Maynard
- On Wed, Oct 10, 2001 at 05:48:12PM +0900, Muraoka Taro wrote:
> That default value may be for XIM.The default should be reasonable for the system it's running on. If
> It make XIM set focus to vim.
> This was required by some version of XIM users.
> I don't like this default value 2.
> But I can "set iminsert=0" in my vimrc,
> so I don't care about it.
> Probably, some documentation is needed.
this can be figured out at compile-time, this is easy (set to 0 if
Windows, 2 if X); if 2 is needed for non-IME2K IM's in Windows, this'll
need to be figured out at runtime. I can't suggest changing the
compile-time default since I don't know how this works on other IMEs in