Julian Bradfield writes:
What *is* the busy pointer? I can't find any actual use of it in
code. Where I previously thought I saw it, I think I'm actually seeing
the gc pointer.
Do you mean what image is used? That's defined in lisp/glyphs.el, I
I'm not sure how pointer glyphs get instantiated and installed.
Probably you'll find something in *-mouse.c and/or *mouse.el, because
this is very low-level. Ben's style would be to create a
SET_POINTER_GLYPH macro which would be invoked with the short name of
the pointer (something like "SET_POINTER_GLYPH (busy);") but I didn't
see that in a quick grep either.
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