Commit c67de8ba authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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GNU Emacs NEWS -- history of user-visible changes. 2001-03-15
GNU Emacs NEWS -- history of user-visible changes. 2003-05-21
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* Changes in Emacs 21.4
** The X resource useXIM can be used to turn off use of XIM, which may
speed up Emacs with slow networking to the X server.
** `describe-char' can show data from the Unicode database file. See
user option `unicode-data'.
** `undo-only' (bound to C-x U) does an undo which does not redo any
previous undo.
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** New function `decode-coding-inserted-region' decodes a region as if
it is read from a file without decoding.
** New function `optimize-char-coding-system-table' can be called
after making changes to `char-coding-system-table'.
** New function `langinfo' accesses locale information.
** `save-selected-window' now saves and restores the selected window
2003-05-21 Dave Love <>
* descr-text.el (unicodedata-file): New.
(unicode-data): New (adapted from unicode branch).
(describe-char): Use it. Print char's unicode differently. Avoid
elements with null cadr when formatting list. Clarify error
message when used in Help buffer.
(button): Require when compiling.
(describe-char-after): Alias for obsolete command.
2003-05-21 Nick Roberts <>
* gdb-ui.el (gud-gdba-command-name): Use -noasync option for Gdb
2003-05-21 Dave Love <>
[Merged from unicode branch.]
* xfns.c (x_window, x_window): Use use_xim.
* xterm.c (use_xim): Initialize.
(xim_open_dpy, xim_initialize, xim_close_dpy): Use use_xim.
(x_term_init): Maybe set use_xim.
* xterm.h (use_xim) [HAVE_X_I18N]: Declare.
2003-05-21 Jason Rumney <>
* unexw32.c (_start): Remove _fmode initialization.
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