23325Re: Vim60ap patch: Athena & Motif "Menu" highlight group fix
- Aug 1, 2001Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> David Harrison wrote:Yes. I'll use an "XFontSet" type (from the X11 library). For Motif,
> Another thing is wheter we want to do it the same way for Athena and Motif.
> But I thought that fontset support is in the generic library, thus they could
> both be the same, right?
I'll just create an XmFontList from that, while for Athena there would
be nothing else to do.
>>No one has yet complained about the lack of FontSet support in the*speaking to a large group of people* ... if anyone doesn't understand
>>menus, so probably no real harm done.
> I did get a few requests for it. Don't forget that the people that would like
> to use this, often have trouble writing English, thus tend to keep their mouth
English, please raise your hand. *pauses and notes no raised hands*
Good! Then everyone speaks English. ;-)
> It almost looks like we have all the stuff in place to make the switch, or isOnly minor bits will be added, I think.
> there still some place where using a fontset will require adding new code?
>I'll take the first step and we'll go from there...
> By default the current locale should be used. That's how it has always
> worked. If possible, we would like to allow setting the encoding with ":lang"
> and the 'encoding' option, and make the menus work with that. But restricting
> this to have it only work when Vim is starting up isn't too bad.
> Perhaps what we can do is use a FONTSET_ALWAYS define to add the code forThat sounds very reasonable. I have direction now.
> this. At first to see if we run into trouble when implementing it. Then we
> can enable it by default to let people test it. When we run into too much
> trouble we can undefine it to fall back to the old code. Does that sound
David Harrison Jr.
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