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Re: Emacs Mac port


From: YAMAMOTO Mitsuharu
Subject: Re: Emacs Mac port
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2018 12:58:31 +0900
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The third update of the Mac port based on Emacs 26.1 is now available
from

  ftp://ftp.math.s.chiba-u.ac.jp/emacs/emacs-26.1-mac-7.3.tar.gz

and Git repository is also available at

  https://bitbucket.org/mituharu/emacs-mac.git

The third update of the Mac port based on Emacs 25.3 is also available
from

  ftp://ftp.math.s.chiba-u.ac.jp/emacs/emacs-25.3-mac-6.10.tar.gz

The corresponding branch in the Git repository is "mac-25".

                                     YAMAMOTO Mitsuharu
                                address@hidden

* emacs-26.1-mac-7.3 (2018-10-24)

** Fixed bugs

*** Underline for converted text is invisible on dark background.

*** Possible stack overflow (Bug#31995 and Bug#32338).

*** Changing tool bar style (either via the variable tool-bar-style or
tool bar context menu) may make the frame blank with application-side
double buffering, which is forced on macOS 10.14.

*** CPU load is high if application-side double buffering is used.
This is mainly caused by the use of layer-backed views together with
other CALayers involving Core Image filters, and that seems to lead to
excessive CPU time consumption by the CVDisplayLink thread.  Now
overlay views, which host CALayers that use Core Image filters for
several animation effects and drag-and-drop highlighting, are added
into the view hierarchy in an on-demand way to avoid this phenomenon.

*** Drag-and-drop into Emacs frame does not work on Mac OS X 10.6.
This is a regression introduced in 7.2.

*** U+1F9B5 and U+1F9B6 are missing from list of emoji modifier bases.

*** Frames that use application-side double buffering cannot do LCD
font smoothing even on OS X 10.8 - macOS 10.13.
On macOS 10.14, LCD font smoothing is globally disabled by default.
You need to execute "$ defaults write org.gnu.Emacs
CGFontRenderingFontSmoothingDisabled -bool NO" to enable it.

*** Sending Apple Events to other applications causes an error on
macOS 10.14.

*** Fail to launch on OS X 10.8.
This is a regression introduced in 7.2.

** Improvement

*** In addition to TIFF, PDF is accepted as pasteboard image data.
Now "Scan Documents" in the context menu on macOS 10.14 can insert PDF
data scanned by your nearby iOS devices (Continuity Camera).

*** New experimental configure option `--with-mac-metal' to use GPU
for pixel copy operations in the frames using application-side double
buffering on OS X 10.11 or later with supported hardware (see
https://support.apple.com/HT205073).  If you are using this feature in
the selected frame, then the expression below will be evaluated to t:
  (and (frame-monitor-attribute 'metal-device-name)
       (not (frame-parameter nil 'inhibit-double-buffering)))
On the Mac port, setting the value of the frame parameter
`inhibit-double-buffering' is only effective at the frame creation
time.  So on OS X 10.11 - macOS 10.13, you need to specify it either
as (make-frame '((inhibit-double-buffering))), by default-frame-alist,
or by X resources emulation via Preferences system (see Mac port
section in Info).  On macOS 10.14, there is no choice other than
application-side double buffering, so you don't need to care about it.
Currently this feature is only tested in very limited environments.
In particular, I can't test it with dynamic switching between
integrated and discrete GPUs.



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