48108Re: Keypresses being ignored - Solaris GTK
- Mar 2, 2004William Fulton wrote:
> I am having some basic editing problems using gvim on Solaris whichStrange, and I can't reproduce it. Especially because you first need to
> seems to only occur with syntax highlighting turned on. Keypresses are
> being ignored. It can be demonstrated by creating the following file
> class LockoutCalculator
> virtual ~LockoutCalculator();
> Load it up using gvim -u NONE -U NONE vimproblem.h
> Append an X (or anything else) to the class name then attempt to
> comment out the word public... gvim commands:
> :syn on [enter]
> AX [esc]
> The second forward slash does not appear, in fact any further editing
> on this line requires most letters to be typed out twice for them to
append something to the first line.
Does this only happen when inserting "//"? That starts a comment, might
be relevant. Does typing "/x" work?
Did you try setting 'imdisable'? Just guessing... Hmm, "-multi_byte"
suggests that you don't use XIM, thus this would not be the problem.
> Compiler: gcc 3.1Try building without optimizing. Some gcc versions have a broken
> Built with: /sbcimp/run/pd/gtk/1.2.10Try without perl/python/tcl. They may cause another library to be used
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