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Tue, 29 Jul 2008 20:53:15 +1200
I'm not very familiar with Mac OS X but I have just started using a Mac at
work. This is what I have found (using configure --with-ns):
1) The file emacs/etc/images/gud/go.xpm appears red but should be green. This
may be because the file uses two bytes per colour (#000080800000) while
some icons only one, e.g., stop.xpm (#cc0033) but it gets rendered correctly
on the Mac with other applications, e.g., NeoOffice.
2) I have a mighty mouse(?) and Cocoa Emacs doesn't seem to register a click
from the mouse-2 (the scroll ball) although it does scroll if I roll the
3) Using M-x gdb with gdb-many-values set to t, the associated buffers, e.g.,
stack locals etc. have an extra ^M at the end of each line. What change
should I make to gdb-ui.el to get rid of this?
- Cocoa Emacs, 山本和彦, 2008/07/18
- Cocoa Emacs,
Nick Roberts <=