ICCCM mandates the use of real timestamps to interact with the
selection, to rule out race conditions if the clients are run at
different speeds. I have implemented the low hanging fruit, putting the
timestamps into text selection. Also, ICCCM mandates a check for whether
XSetSelectionOwner() worked. Not sure my version is correct, though.
tmoveto resets CURSOR_WRAPNEXT.
for i in $(seq 1 200); do
In st executing this script causes @ and . to overwrite each other in
the last column.
XFilterEvent usually filters KeyPress events according to input method.
At this point the window is not mapped. The only events that we process
are ConfigureNotify and MapNotify. They should not be filtered by input
strsep() is not a POSIX function, and it means that every system
needs different defines to expose it. If the prototype of strsep
is not exposed then an ugly int/pointer is done and it might mean
a crash. The best solution?, to remove the strsep and make a custom
loop. If C programmers cannot do this kind of loops without calling
a library function, then maybe we should move all the suckless
software to Java.
Some programs can only deal with XA_STRING, and it makes impossible st
be able of copying to them. This patch makes st answer also to XA_STRING,
althought it sends utf8 strings. It is not a problem because moderm
applications must support utf8.
ncurses wasn't able to detect the delete-character key as KEY_DC. This
patch fixes that.
kdch1 was defined as "\0177", but terminfo(5) states:
... characters may be given as three octal digits after a \.
The delete-character key is correctly defined in config.def.h.
Use the terminfo delay syntax ($<x>) in our flash capability to avoid
hardcoding a fixed delay in redraw() when called from tsetmode() with
We need to turn on the npc capability so that delays are made with
xon/xoff instead of padding characters.