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bug#3792: #3792 - 23.1.50; other-window misbehaving with C-tab keybindin


From: Harald Maier
Subject: bug#3792: #3792 - 23.1.50; other-window misbehaving with C-tab keybinding - Emacs bug report logs
Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2009 19:55:54 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1.50 (darwin)

Ivan Andrus <address@hidden> writes:

> I noticed that view-lossage shows two <C-tab> for every time I press
> it.  In nsterm.m it specifically checks for control-tab and references
> http://osdir.com/ml/editors.vim.mac/2007-10/msg00141.html Which in
> turn references
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=374076#c12
>
> Which makes me think that in Mac OS 10.4 the control-tab keyDown event
> isn't sent, but in 10.5 it is.  Or at the very least in the latest
> version of 10.5 (I'm running 10.5.7) it sends a keyDown event.
>
> I have implemented what I think is a very simple fix (though it is
> probably not ideal).  It sets a flag if it recieves a C-tag keyDown,
> and if so does not send the corresponging keyUp.  I like this because
> then it works on keyDown like everything else if possible, but if not
> it should work on keyUp.  I don't have the facilities to test the
> latter assumption.
>
> Also the patch almost certainly is less efficient than it could be.
> For example it sets flags and code twice (I believe) to the same
> thing, but I'm not really familiar enough with the code to want to
> risk changing that (and it's only for the Cocoa port as well).  I
> believe it should be correct at least.
>
> -Ivan Andrus

Works fine for me. Thanks!

Maybe you should resend the Patch. In line 3 at the end the two final
'@@' characters are missing.

IMHO, that workaround should be added to 23.1. In 2009-02-20 I too
reported the bug as #2402.

Harald





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