>>>> Aidan Kehoe writes:
One thing that is relevant if you’re planning on distributing 21.4.19
Windows; in redisplay-msw.c there are two assertions that check that the
dimension of a textual run is 1, at lines 195 and 563. This is appropriate
because 21.4 doesn’t have the Unicode support necessary to display anything
but ISO 8859-1 on Windows, and the assertion failure underlines that.
However, it might be preferable for you and your users to comment those
assertions out--it doesn’t fix the problem, but it does prevent a crash when
XEmacs tries to display Han characters.
Thanks again, Aidan
My dual W32/X11 version of xemacs, when running in W32 mode, used to
crash also when calling M-x info and then trying to scroll down a couple
of pages. This is fixed with your hint. By the way line 563 get's
triggered in that case.
This will also be applied ASAP against the official cygwin version of xemacs.