bug in cut&past
kehoea at parhasard.net
Tue Jun 7 09:02:34 EDT 2005
Ar an seachtú lá de mí Meitheamh, scríobh Stephen J. Turnbull:
> >>>>> "Mike" == Mike FABIAN <mfabian at suse.de> writes:
> Mike> My main workstation is an AMD64 bit machine and there the
> Mike> problem occurs. I.e. this is probably a 64 bit only problem.
> Send me a 64-bit machine and I'll get to work on it. :^)
I’ll be able to test it on a 64-bit Sparc box in the next couple of weeks,
all going well. Though since we don’t know whether it manifests itself
there, that’ll be of dubious usefulness.
> One thing I don't understand at all is the substitution of 0x23.
> XEmacs simply does not use that character in that way.
I have seen it in the context of cut buffers, where the only encoding
possible is ASCII. Non-ASCII characters get replaced by #--you’ll notice
this if you select some non-ASCII text in one XEmacs, click Edit -> Copy,
quit that XEmacs, and then click Edit -> Paste in another XEmacs.
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