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48154RE: Keypresses being ignored - Solaris GTK

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  • William.Fulton@ubs.com
    Mar 3, 2004
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      >-----Original Message-----
      >From: Bram@... [mailto:Bram@...]
      >Sent: 02 March 2004 13:13
      >To: Fulton, William
      >Cc: vim@...
      >Subject: Re: Keypresses being ignored - Solaris GTK
      >William Fulton wrote:
      >> I am having some basic editing problems using gvim on Solaris which
      >> seems to only occur with syntax highlighting turned on.
      >Keypresses are
      >> being ignored. It can be demonstrated by creating the following file
      >> (vimproblem.h)
      >> class LockoutCalculator
      >> {
      >> public:
      >> 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]
      >> 1G
      >> AX [esc]
      >> jj
      >> I//
      >> 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
      >> appear.
      >Strange, and I can't reproduce it. Especially because you
      >first need to
      >append something to the first line.
      >Does this only happen when inserting "//"? That starts a
      >comment, might
      >be relevant. Does typing "/x" work?
      It will happen with anything one types. In fact if I type out the alphabet instead, this is what I get:


      Same occurs if I insert text at the beginning of the following line, but all the other lines are okay. I've tried very hard to find a pattern, but can't. It can occur with any of the insert type commands, like i or a and seems to affect only certain lines. I get the same problem if instead of appending X, I insert of append anything on the first two lines. This is a repeatable case, but it seemingly happens at random when editing.

      >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 3.1
      >Try building without optimizing. Some gcc versions have a broken
      >> Built with: /sbcimp/run/pd/gtk/1.2.10
      >> /sbcimp/run/pd/perl/5.8.0/bin
      >> /sbcimp/run/pd/python/2.2/bin
      >> /sbcimp/run/pd/tcl/8.3.2/bin
      >Try without perl/python/tcl. They may cause another library to be used

      I've got a corporate build and I couldn't get vim's configure to find gtk. Also it worked from another Solaris (5.6) box. Anyway I have switched from using Reflection as my X server (on Windows) to XFree86 with Cygwin and all is well now. I also tried Exceed and it gave the same problem. It is possibly an X server issue. Anyway I've bypassed the problem, thanks for all the suggestions.



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