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bug#14044: 24.2; Emacs 24 and dead keys in Fedora 18

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: bug#14044: 24.2; Emacs 24 and dead keys in Fedora 18
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 23:28:19 +0200


26 apr 2013 kl. 22:36 skrev James Cloos <address@hidden>:

>>>>>> "AS" == Andreas Schwab <address@hidden> writes:
> AS> Tassilo Horn <address@hidden> writes:
>>> I also can't insert ` anymore, except with `M-x ucs-insert GRAVE ACCENT
>>> RET'.  Typing ` (which is AltGr+< on my German Dvorak layout) messages
>>> just
>>> <dead-grave> is undefined
> AS> Your keyboard is misconfigured.  Your X server should have a compose
> AS> rule that composes the dead_grave keysym
> If one uses the gtk compile of Emacs; then it may be Gnome's input
> rules rather than X11's.  (I don't use gtk Emacs, but my tests show
> that other gtk apps use the gtk/gnome IMs even when compiled without
> libgnome or other gnome-specific support libs.)

Gtk+ has its own input processing, but Emacs does not use it. Emacs compiled 
for X11, regardless of toolkit use the same code, raw Xlib or Xim.

    Jan D. 

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