Commit b95b34e5 authored by Gerd Moellmann's avatar Gerd Moellmann
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** New modes and packages
*** Artist is an Emacs lisp package that allows you to draw lines,
rectangles and ellipses by using your mouse and/or keyboard. The
shapes are made up with the ascii characters |, -, / and \.
Features are:
- Intersecting: When a `|' intersects with a `-', a `+' is
drawn, like this: | \ /
--+-- X
| / \
- Rubber-banding: When drawing lines you can interactively see the
result while holding the mouse button down and moving the mouse. If
your machine is not fast enough (a 386 is a bit too slow, but a
pentium is well enough), you can turn this feature off. You will
then see 1's and 2's which mark the 1st and 2nd endpoint of the line
you are drawing.
- Arrows: After having drawn a (straight) line or a (straight)
poly-line, you can set arrows on the line-ends by typing < or >.
- Flood-filling: You can fill any area with a certain character by
flood-filling.
- Cut copy and paste: You can cut, copy and paste rectangular
regions. Artist also interfaces with the rect package (this can be
turned off if it causes you any trouble) so anything you cut in
artist can be yanked with C-x r y and vice versa.
- Drawing with keys: Everything you can do with the mouse, you can
also do without the mouse.
- Aspect-ratio: You can set the variable artist-aspect-ratio to
reflect the height-width ratio for the font you are using. Squares
and circles are then drawn square/round. Note, that once your
ascii-file is shown with font with a different height-width ratio,
the squares won't be square and the circles won't be round.
- Drawing operations: The following drawing operations are implemented:
lines straight-lines
rectangles squares
poly-lines straight poly-lines
ellipses circles
text (see-thru) text (overwrite)
spray-can setting size for spraying
vaporize line vaporize lines
erase characters erase rectangles
Straight lines are lines that go horizontally, vertically or
diagonally. Plain lines go in any direction. The operations in
the right column are accessed by holding down the shift key while
drawing.
It is possible to vaporize (erase) entire lines and connected lines
(rectangles for example) as long as the lines being vaporized are
straight and connected at their endpoints. Vaporizing is inspired
by the drawrect package by Jari Aalto <jari.aalto@poboxes.com>.
- Picture mode compatibility: Artist is picture mode compatible (this
can be turned off).
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*** The new package Eshell is an operating system command shell
implemented entirely in Emacs Lisp. Use `M-x eshell' to invoke it.
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2000-11-19 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* textmodes/artist.el: New file.
2000-11-19 Andre Spiegel <spiegel@gnu.org>
* vc-rcs.el (vc-rcs-state): Call vc-workfile-unchanged-p only here,
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2000-11-19 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* sysdep.c (emacs_ospeed): New variable.
(toplevel): Don't declare ospeed extern.
(init_baud_rate): Use emacs_ospeed instead of ospeed.
* termcap.c (ospeed): Remove.
(tputs) [!emacs]: Remove unused code.
(tgetent): Avoid a compiler warning.
* xterm.c (x_set_toolkit_scroll_bar_thumb, x_scroll_bar_create)
(x_scroll_bar_remove, XTset_vertical_scroll_bar): Call
SCROLL_BAR_X_WIDGET with addtional argument DPY.
SCROLL_BAR_X_WIDGET with additional argument DPY.
* xterm.h (struct scroll_bar): Members x_widget_low, x_widget_high
removed.
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