Commit 20888a62 authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love

utf bits. useXIM.

parent d90a6f50
......@@ -253,10 +253,10 @@ There are several ways to improve this performance, any subset of which can
be carried out at the same time:
1) If you don't need X Input Methods (XIM) for entering text in some
language you use, you can improve performance on WAN links by
configuring Emacs with option `--without-xim'. Configuring Emacs
without XIM does not affect the use of Emacs' own input methods, which
are part of the Leim package.
language you use, you can improve performance on WAN links by using
the X resource useXIM to turn off use of XIM. This does not affect
the use of Emacs' own input methods, which are part of the Leim
package.
2) If the connection is very slow, you might also want to consider
switching off scroll bars, menu bar, and tool bar.
......@@ -274,7 +274,7 @@ be carried out at the same time:
-noatomsfile -nowinattr -cheaterrors -cheatevents
Note that the -nograbcmap option is known to cause problems.
For more about lbxproxy, see:
http://www.xfree86.org/4.2.0/lbxproxy.1.html
http://www.xfree86.org/4.3.0/lbxproxy.1.html
* Getting a Meta key on the FreeBSD console
......@@ -510,10 +510,7 @@ yet.)
Windows uses UTF-16 encoding to deal with multilingual text (text not
encodable in the `system codepage') in the clipboard. To deal with
this, load the library `utf-16' and use `set-selection-coding-system'
to set the clipboard coding system to `utf-16-le-dos'. This won't
cope with Far Eastern (`CJK') text; if necessary, install the Mule-UCS
package (see etc/MORE.STUFF), whose `utf-16-le-dos' coding system does
encode a lot of CJK characters.
to set the clipboard coding system to `utf-16-le-with-signature-dos'.
The %b specifier for format-time-string does not produce abbreviated
month names with consistent widths for some locales on some versions
......@@ -752,10 +749,10 @@ argument "-x" from the variable `ldap-ldapsearch-args'.
* The `oc-unicode' package doesn't work with Emacs 21.
This package tries to define more private charsets than there are free
slots now. If the built-in Unicode/UTF-8 support is insufficient,
e.g. if you need more CJK coverage, use the current Mule-UCS package.
Any files encoded as emacs-mule using oc-unicode won't be read
correctly by Emacs 21.
slots now. The current built-in Unicode support is actually more
flexible. (Use option `utf-translate-cjk-mode' if you need CJK
support.) Files encoded as emacs-mule using oc-unicode aren't
generally read correctly by Emacs 21.
* Using epop3.el package causes Emacs to signal an error.
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