Ar an chéad lá de mí Deireadh Fómhair, scríobh Rodney Sparapani:
But, it looks like you incorporated the patch event-carbon.c.diff on
I don't think this is a good idea.
Well you’re talking to the wrong person if you want a patch that adds
comprehensive Unicode input support backed out :-) .
Carbon Emacs and Aquamacs allow you to use the Option key as Meta.
way you can still use the Apple key for Mac OS purposes. However, after
this patch, you can't. The Apple key becomes the Meta key and there
doesn't seem to be an easy way to change the code. There was a discussion
of this and a patch way back when, but I can't find either at the moment.
And, IIRC, the original patch gets broken by this latter patch as well as
one that comes even later; maybe event-carbon2.c.diff?
his motivations for not adding the mac-command-key-is-meta behaviour. Here’s
the trivial change he mentions; if you apply it locally and set
mac-command-key-is-meta to t, do you get the behaviour you want?
--- event-carbon.c~ 2007-10-02 11:00:35.843750000 +0200
+++ event-carbon.c 2007-10-02 11:06:23.875000000 +0200
＠＠ -37,6 +37,9 ＠＠
extern SELECT_TYPE process_only_mask; /* From event-unixoid.c. */
extern int track_mouse_down_on_scrollbar (void); /* from scrollbar-carbon.c. */
+/* true if using command key as meta key */
static struct event_stream *carbon_event_stream;
static Lisp_Object carbon_user_event_queue;
＠＠ -250,7 +253,7 ＠＠
int emacs_modifiers = 0;
- if (modifiers & cmdKey)
+ if (modifiers & (NILP (Vmac_command_key_is_meta) ? optionKey : cmdKey))
emacs_modifiers |= XEMACS_MOD_META;
if (modifiers & controlKey)
emacs_modifiers |= XEMACS_MOD_CONTROL;
＠＠ -922,6 +925,10 ＠＠
/* reinit_vars_of_event_carbon (); */
+ DEFVAR_LISP ("mac-command-key-is-meta", &Vmac_command_key_is_meta, /*
+Non-nil means that the command key is used as the XEmacs meta key.
+Otherwise the option key is used. */ );
+ Vmac_command_key_is_meta = Qt;
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assumed to be mad, though it may only have been indiscriminating. (Saki)
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