event.c freezes on XFilterEvent
aric at codeweavers.com
Tue Jan 6 08:56:51 CST 2004
I have done extensive XIM work in the crossover tree and have it
working very well with a wide range of input methods including half and
full ime input methods used in applications such as office-jp.
I have been quite busy recently but will try hard to get a patch put
together to get that all into wine. If you want to work on it before i
get a chance you can hit the crossover source tree which i believe in
pointed to somewhere on our web site.
> Happy New Year!
>>If I were you I would contect Mike McCormack & Jon Griffiths......
> Thanks for the lead, I believe most of the current XIM patch code we use came
> from Mike's patch in 2002, and a mix of many other people's patches.
> I'll see if I can get in touch with him...
>>I'm sure -debug info would be apprishiated..
> I'm sure it is... although, I'm not too sure on how to go about doing this.
> I'm thinking the wine --debugmsg output is not going to help much, so when
> debugging something like this, would I have to go into gdb or something of
> that sorts? (sorry I'm still rather new to all this :) )
> I suppose since the whole CJK support issue is on the TODO, it has to be dealt
> with some how sooner or later. I'm more than willing to invest some time on
> this, although I'm not sure how much I can do.
> I'll see if I can "fix" it first and submit a patch here for review... :)
> XIM and all can come later... It's more of an annoyance issue right now
> anyway, as I often hit shift+space by accident (while typing in English) and
> brings the application to a halt. One thing I can think of right now is to
> get rid of the XIM related calls and think about implementing it better.
> Although that might not be a good way to go about it...
>>only the russians and french can spell correct in english :-) (we speak
>>it, they fix spelling mistakes = 50/50)
> Hehe. The important thing I guess is to get the point across :-)
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