Commit 3077d1f6 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix Bug#3888:

w32-vars.el (x-select-enable-clipboard): Doc fix.
term/pc-win.el (x-display-name, x-colors)
(x-select-enable-clipboard, x-select-text): Doc fix.
term/common-win.el (x-display-name, x-colors): Doc fix.
term/ns-win.el (x-select-text, x-setup-function-keys, x-colors)
(xw-defined-colors): Doc fix.
w32-fns.el (x-select-text, x-setup-function-keys)
(x-get-selection, x-set-selection): Doc fix.
term/x-win.el (x-select-text, x-setup-function-keys)
(x-select-enable-clipboard, xw-defined-colors): Doc fix.
select.el (x-set-selection): Doc fix.
parent beb0b7f9
2009-07-25 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
Fix Bug#3888:
* w32-vars.el (x-select-enable-clipboard): Doc fix.
* term/pc-win.el (x-display-name, x-colors)
(x-select-enable-clipboard, x-select-text): Doc fix.
* term/common-win.el (x-display-name, x-colors): Doc fix.
* term/ns-win.el (x-select-text, x-setup-function-keys, x-colors)
(xw-defined-colors): Doc fix.
* w32-fns.el (x-select-text, x-setup-function-keys)
(x-get-selection, x-set-selection): Doc fix.
* term/x-win.el (x-select-text, x-setup-function-keys)
(x-select-enable-clipboard, xw-defined-colors): Doc fix.
* select.el (x-set-selection): Doc fix.
2009-07-25 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* net/zeroconf.el (zeroconf-init): Check for "GetVersionString"
......
......@@ -116,28 +116,28 @@ in `selection-converter-alist', which see."
(defun x-set-selection (type data)
"Make an X Windows selection of type TYPE and value DATA.
TYPE is a symbol specifying the selection type. This is normally
one of `PRIMARY', `SECONDARY', or `CLIPBOARD'; or nil, which is
equivalent to `PRIMARY'. (It can also be a string, which stands
for the symbol with that name, but this usage is obsolete.)
DATA is a selection value. It should be one of the following:
- A vector of non-vector selection values.
- A string.
- An integer.
- A cons cell of two markers pointing to the same buffer
(the data consists of the text between the markers).
- An overlay (the data consists of the text within the overlay).
- A buffer (the data consists of the text in the region).
For the last three cases, the actual selection data is computed
only when the selection is requested. Thus, it includes any
changes made to the buffer after `x-set-selection' is called.
The argument TYPE (nil means `PRIMARY') says which selection, and
DATA specifies the contents. TYPE must be a symbol. \(It can also
be a string, which stands for the symbol with that name, but this
is considered obsolete.) DATA may be a string, a symbol, an
integer (or a cons of two integers or list of two integers).
The selection may also be a cons of two markers pointing to the same buffer,
or an overlay. In these cases, the selection is considered to be the text
between the markers *at whatever time the selection is examined*.
Thus, editing done in the buffer after you specify the selection
can alter the effective value of the selection.
The data may also be a vector of valid non-vector selection values.
The return value is DATA.
Interactively, this command sets the primary selection. Without
prefix argument, it reads the selection in the minibuffer. With
prefix argument, it uses the text of the region as the selection value ."
prefix argument, it uses the text of the region as the selection value.
Note that on MS-Windows, primary and secondary selections set by Emacs
are not available to other programs."
(interactive (if (not current-prefix-arg)
(list 'PRIMARY (read-string "Set text for pasting: "))
(list 'PRIMARY (buffer-substring (region-beginning) (region-end)))))
......
......@@ -131,7 +131,9 @@
initial-frame-alist)))
(defvar x-display-name nil
"The name of the X display on which Emacs was started.
"The name of the window display on which Emacs was started.
On X, the display name of individual X frames is recorded in the
`display' frame parameter.")
For the X display name of individual frames, see the `display'
frame parameter.")
......@@ -288,8 +290,10 @@ This function returns ARGS minus the arguments that have been processed."
"cyan" "medium spring green" "spring green" "green" "lawn green" "chartreuse"
"yellow" "gold" "orange" "dark orange" "orange red" "red" "white" "white smoke"
"gainsboro" "light grey" "gray" "dark grey" "dim gray" "black" )
"The list of X colors from the `rgb.txt' file.
XConsortium: rgb.txt,v 10.41 94/02/20 18:39:36 rws Exp")
"List of basic colors available on color displays.
For X, the list comes from the `rgb.txt' file,v 10.41 94/02/20.
For Nextstep, this is a list of non-PANTONE colors returned by
the operating system.")
;; arch-tag: 2a128601-99cc-401e-9dff-0ee6a36102ef
;;; common-win.el ends here
......@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@ The properties returned may include `top', `left', `height', and `width'."
(defalias 'do-applescript 'ns-do-applescript)
(defun x-setup-function-keys (frame)
"Set up function Keys for Nextstep for frame FRAME."
"Set up function keys on the graphical frame FRAME."
(unless (terminal-parameter frame 'x-setup-function-keys)
(with-selected-frame frame
(setq interprogram-cut-function 'x-select-text
......@@ -1003,7 +1003,19 @@ See the documentation of `create-fontset-from-fontset-spec' for the format.")
(defvar ns-last-selected-text nil)
(defun x-select-text (text &optional push)
"Put TEXT, a string, on the pasteboard."
"Select TEXT, a string, according to the window system.
On X, put TEXT in the primary X selection. For backward
compatibility with older X applications, set the value of X cut
buffer 0 as well, and if the optional argument PUSH is non-nil,
rotate the cut buffers. If `x-select-enable-clipboard' is
non-nil, copy the text to the X clipboard as well.
On Windows, make TEXT the current selection. If
`x-select-enable-clipboard' is non-nil, copy the text to the
clipboard as well. The argument PUSH is ignored.
On Nextstep, put TEXT in the pasteboard; PUSH is ignored."
;; Don't send the pasteboard too much text.
;; It becomes slow, and if really big it causes errors.
(ns-set-pasteboard text)
......@@ -1113,12 +1125,13 @@ See the documentation of `create-fontset-from-fontset-spec' for the format.")
(declare-function ns-list-colors "nsfns.m" (&optional frame))
(defvar x-colors (ns-list-colors)
"The list of colors defined in non-PANTONE color files.")
"List of basic colors available on color displays.
For X, the list comes from the `rgb.txt' file,v 10.41 94/02/20.
For Nextstep, this is a list of non-PANTONE colors returned by
the operating system.")
(defun xw-defined-colors (&optional frame)
"Return a list of colors supported for a particular frame.
The argument FRAME specifies which frame to try.
The value may be different for frames on different Nextstep displays."
"Internal function called by `defined-colors'."
(or frame (setq frame (selected-frame)))
(let ((all-colors x-colors)
(this-color nil)
......
......@@ -181,9 +181,14 @@ created."
;; From lisp/term/x-win.el
(defvar x-display-name "pc"
"The display name specifying the MS-DOS display and frame type.")
"The name of the window display on which Emacs was started.
On X, the display name of individual X frames is recorded in the
`display' frame parameter.")
(defvar x-colors (mapcar 'car msdos-color-values)
"The list of colors available on a PC display under MS-DOS.")
"List of basic colors available on color displays.
For X, the list comes from the `rgb.txt' file,v 10.41 94/02/20.
For Nextstep, this is a list of non-PANTONE colors returned by
the operating system.")
;; From lisp/term/w32-win.el
;
......@@ -196,12 +201,28 @@ created."
(defcustom x-select-enable-clipboard t
"Non-nil means cutting and pasting uses the clipboard.
This is the default on this system, since MS-Windows does not
support other types of selections."
This is in addition to, but in preference to, the primary selection.
On MS-Windows, this is non-nil by default, since Windows does not
support other types of selections. \(The primary selection that is
set by Emacs is not accessible to other programs on Windows.\)"
:type 'boolean
:group 'killing)
(defun x-select-text (text &optional push)
"Select TEXT, a string, according to the window system.
On X, put TEXT in the primary X selection. For backward
compatibility with older X applications, set the value of X cut
buffer 0 as well, and if the optional argument PUSH is non-nil,
rotate the cut buffers. If `x-select-enable-clipboard' is
non-nil, copy the text to the X clipboard as well.
On Windows, make TEXT the current selection. If
`x-select-enable-clipboard' is non-nil, copy the text to the
clipboard as well. The argument PUSH is ignored.
On Nextstep, put TEXT in the pasteboard; PUSH is ignored."
(if x-select-enable-clipboard
(w16-set-clipboard-data text))
(setq x-last-selected-text text))
......
......@@ -255,7 +255,7 @@ exists."
(defvar x-colors)
(defun xw-defined-colors (&optional frame)
"Internal function called by `defined-colors', which see."
"Internal function called by `defined-colors'."
(or frame (setq frame (selected-frame)))
(let ((all-colors x-colors)
(this-color nil)
......@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ exists."
"Keymap of possible alternative meanings for some keys.")
(defun x-setup-function-keys (frame)
"Set up `function-key-map' on FRAME for the X window system."
"Set up `function-key-map' on the graphical frame FRAME."
;; Don't do this twice on the same display, or it would break
;; normal-erase-is-backspace-mode.
(unless (terminal-parameter frame 'x-setup-function-keys)
......@@ -1239,7 +1239,11 @@ It is said that overlarge strings are slow to put into the cut buffer.")
(defcustom x-select-enable-clipboard nil
"Non-nil means cutting and pasting uses the clipboard.
This is in addition to, but in preference to, the primary selection."
This is in addition to, but in preference to, the primary selection.
On MS-Windows, this is non-nil by default, since Windows does not
support other types of selections. \(The primary selection that is
set by Emacs is not accessible to other programs on Windows.\)"
:type 'boolean
:group 'killing)
......@@ -1249,11 +1253,19 @@ This is in addition to, but in preference to, the primary selection."
:group 'killing)
(defun x-select-text (text &optional push)
"Make TEXT, a string, the primary X selection.
Also, set the value of X cut buffer 0, for backward compatibility
with older X applications.
gildea@stop.mail-abuse.org says it's not desirable to put kills
in the clipboard."
"Select TEXT, a string, according to the window system.
On X, put TEXT in the primary X selection. For backward
compatibility with older X applications, set the value of X cut
buffer 0 as well, and if the optional argument PUSH is non-nil,
rotate the cut buffers. If `x-select-enable-clipboard' is
non-nil, copy the text to the X clipboard as well.
On Windows, make TEXT the current selection. If
`x-select-enable-clipboard' is non-nil, copy the text to the
clipboard as well. The argument PUSH is ignored.
On Nextstep, put TEXT in the pasteboard; PUSH is ignored."
;; With multi-tty, this function may be called from a tty frame.
(when (eq (framep (selected-frame)) 'x)
;; Don't send the cut buffer too much text.
......
......@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@
"Keymap of possible alternative meanings for some keys.")
(defun x-setup-function-keys (frame)
"Set up `function-key-map' on FRAME for w32."
"Set up `function-key-map' on the graphical frame FRAME."
;; Don't do this twice on the same display, or it would break
;; normal-erase-is-backspace-mode.
(unless (terminal-parameter frame 'x-setup-function-keys)
......@@ -294,9 +294,44 @@ shell requires it (see `w32-shell-dos-semantics')."
;;; Fix interface to (X-specific) mouse.el
(defun x-set-selection (type data)
"Make an X Windows selection of type TYPE and value DATA.
The argument TYPE (nil means `PRIMARY') says which selection, and
DATA specifies the contents. TYPE must be a symbol. \(It can also
be a string, which stands for the symbol with that name, but this
is considered obsolete.) DATA may be a string, a symbol, an
integer (or a cons of two integers or list of two integers).
The selection may also be a cons of two markers pointing to the same buffer,
or an overlay. In these cases, the selection is considered to be the text
between the markers *at whatever time the selection is examined*.
Thus, editing done in the buffer after you specify the selection
can alter the effective value of the selection.
The data may also be a vector of valid non-vector selection values.
The return value is DATA.
Interactively, this command sets the primary selection. Without
prefix argument, it reads the selection in the minibuffer. With
prefix argument, it uses the text of the region as the selection value.
Note that on MS-Windows, primary and secondary selections set by Emacs
are not available to other programs."
(put 'x-selections (or type 'PRIMARY) data))
(defun x-get-selection (&optional type data-type)
"Return the value of an X Windows selection.
The argument TYPE (default `PRIMARY') says which selection,
and the argument DATA-TYPE (default `STRING') says
how to convert the data.
TYPE may be any symbol \(but nil stands for `PRIMARY'). However,
only a few symbols are commonly used. They conventionally have
all upper-case names. The most often used ones, in addition to
`PRIMARY', are `SECONDARY' and `CLIPBOARD'.
DATA-TYPE is usually `STRING', but can also be one of the symbols
in `selection-converter-alist', which see."
(get 'x-selections (or type 'PRIMARY)))
;; x-selection-owner-p is used in simple.el
......@@ -418,9 +453,19 @@ bit output with no translation."
"Max number of characters to put in the cut buffer.")
(defun x-select-text (text &optional push)
"Make TEXT the last selected text.
If `x-select-enable-clipboard' is non-nil, copy the text to the system
clipboard as well. Optional PUSH is ignored on Windows."
"Select TEXT, a string, according to the window system.
On X, put TEXT in the primary X selection. For backward
compatibility with older X applications, set the value of X cut
buffer 0 as well, and if the optional argument PUSH is non-nil,
rotate the cut buffers. If `x-select-enable-clipboard' is
non-nil, copy the text to the X clipboard as well.
On Windows, make TEXT the current selection. If
`x-select-enable-clipboard' is non-nil, copy the text to the
clipboard as well. The argument PUSH is ignored.
On Nextstep, put TEXT in the pasteboard; PUSH is ignored."
(if x-select-enable-clipboard
(w32-set-clipboard-data text))
(setq x-last-selected-text text))
......
......@@ -149,7 +149,11 @@ menu if the variable `w32-use-w32-font-dialog' is nil."
(defcustom x-select-enable-clipboard t
"Non-nil means cutting and pasting uses the clipboard.
This is in addition to the primary selection."
This is in addition to, but in preference to, the primary selection.
On MS-Windows, this is non-nil by default, since Windows does not
support other types of selections. \(The primary selection that is
set by Emacs is not accessible to other programs on Windows.\)"
:type 'boolean
:group 'killing)
......
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