On Sat, Feb 22, 2014 at 5:08 AM, Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org>wrote:
Jerry James writes:
> static buffer in function _XimProtoCreateIC
> size 1 kilobyte, which of course should be big enough for anyone.
> Except us.
Or anybody who wants to handle a wide variety of languages with legacy
> Does anybody know anything about this code? Is there some way we can
> that fontset down?
I'll take a look, but first is this 21.4 or 21.5? If it's 21.4, I
think Aidan long ago pruned the 21.5 list, and you could try that.
It's with 21.5. It looks like we would need that buffer to be just over
> I can certainly complain to the X11 folks about this,
Heh, good luck with that.
Yeah, that's what I figured.
but if there is an easy fix on our end, I'd rather do that.
> Also, is XIM support desirable? Or is it a dinosaur and I should
> just drop it?
I think you can probably drop it. Japanese and Chinese can be handled
with Canna or Wnn, and pretty much everything else probably goes
I've taken this route. XIM support in the Fedora builds of XEmacs is now
gone. Since it hasn't been working for months, anyway, and I have not
received a single bug report, I don't expect this to be a problem.
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