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Re: Bug while locale in utf8

From: Kenichi Handa
Subject: Re: Bug while locale in utf8
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 09:39:48 +0900
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In article <address@hidden>, Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:

>>>  Indeed we can't use elisp from handle_one_xevent.  We should probably
>>>  restructure this code so that the necessary decoding can be done later,
>>>  e.g. in read_char.

>>  I have not yet considered this problem in deep, but it seems
>>  that kbd_buffer_get_event is the appropriate place to
>>  perform decoding.

> Yes, when I said `read_char' I didn't mean it literally.  Some nearby
> function (such as kbd_buffer_get_event) may be better suited.

I see, though I have not yet checked if kbd_buffer_get_event
can safely call Lisp.

> BTW, hopefully making such a change would allow us to handle the funny X11
> keysyms of the form "Unnnn" for unicode char "nnnn".

Ah, I forgot that problem.   Is that really used on some

Kenichi Handa

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