>>>> "Darryl" == Darryl Okahata
Darryl> I'm adding some examples to the lispref
Darryl> documentation, on how to display graphics in a buffer.
Darryl> *Caution*: In order for XEmacs to read a particular
Darryl> graphics file format, support for that format must have
Darryl> been compiled into XEmacs.
M-x describe-installation is not very useful to a program. I believe
(mapcar #'(lambda (format-symbol) (featurep format-symbol))
'(gif tiff jpeg xpm png))
gets all the relevant information (but I haven't checked that).
Darryl> * It's often a good idea to assign a unique property to
Darryl> the newly-created extent, in case you later want to locate
An ＠xref to searching over extents would be nice. Oh, you have ti,
don't you---better here rather than later IMO. YMMV.
Darryl> delete any existing glyph (in this case, you may also
Darryl> want to delete the extent).
... which is not automatic. Extents are multipurpose, and don't know
that you only put them there to attach glyphs to.
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