> At 11:09 AM 12/6/01 -0500, Paul Krause wrote:
>> This is the best way to get rid of the gutter in tools like speedbar and
>> ediff [...]
Thanks Paul and Andy for your hints.
But anyway, I think the current XEmacs-21.4.5 behaviour is buggy. Since
I want to send Eric a patch for speedbar (and this shouldn't include
temporarily necessary bug workarounds), I want to know how to make a
gutter-less speedbar frame assuming a bug-free gutter display,
i.e., I want to make sure that the buggy behaviour is a bug in the
implementation and not the specification ;-)
I think the visibility of the gutter should be controlled the same way
as the visibility of the toolbar, and indeed, there are the 5
corresponding specifiers for this
But unfortunately, I cannot produce a gutter-free speedbar with
speedbar-frame-plist containing `default-gutter-visible-p nil' (as I can
produce a toolbar-less speedbar containing `default-toolbar-visible-p
Adding this produces a behaviour which is even stranger than I wrote in
my first mail:
1. First, this will result in a speedbar not containing the buffer tabs
but reserving space for the gutter.
2. If I also add `top-gutter-visible-p nil' to speedbar-frame-plist, I
get the behaviour described in my first mail: no gutter (no space)
but only if the buffer where speedbar is invoked from is active; in
others, I see the buffer tabs.
3. If I close the speedbar, delete `top-gutter-visible-p nil' from
speedbar-frame-plist, I still have the behaviour described in 2.