Re: Win32 clipboard and pasting unicode from other apps
- Oh yeah. Bram, think you'll ever take a look at that tiny font renderer
patch from a while back?
On Fri, Nov 15, 2002 at 12:55:12AM +0100, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> Wow! Does that mean that we the plebes can expect some forthcoming release
> of gvim to "talk" properly to the W32 clipboard when the current 'encoding'
> is utf-8 ? If true, that would definitely be A Good Thing! (My current gvim
Should work fine when the encoding is the local system codepage or
latin1, also; anything Vim is able to convert to Unicode.
It'd help a lot if you could test the patch and report your results; I
don't have many systems to test on.
- Glenn Maynard wrote:
> > Can you check the changes for enc_codepage and send me a patch again?That has a catch 42 problem: I would like to test the whole thing before
> > Preferably against the current version with the Unicode clipboard patch
> > included.
> I'll run over it and send it again. It'd be easiest if you could commit
> the clipboard patch to CVS, so I can diff from there.
sending the patch into the world.
> > I'm actually more worried about plain mistakes in the code. I did someI didn't change the way it handles the clipboard. It's mostly the
> > cleaning up and could not test it all.
> I got it to apply (along with the strlen fix), and it's worked in a few
> cursory tests (copying and pasting JP text with enc=utf-8 and enc=cp932).
> I suspect you'll want more testing in 9x, which I can't do here ...
various conversions that need to be checked, including iconv().
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