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Re: Some NS port changes

From: Robert Pluim
Subject: Re: Some NS port changes
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 11:59:24 +0100

Robert Pluim <address@hidden> writes:

> Alan Third <address@hidden> writes:
>> The scratch/ns/next branch turned out to not be great. It didn’t work
>> at all with GNUstep.
>> I’ve pretty much given up on the ‘expose_frame’ method and have gone
>> back to the idea of drawing to an offscreen buffer. When I tried this
>> before there were severe performance problems, but I believe I’ve
>> worked round them this time.
>> This also doesn’t work in GNUstep, but the new technique is so close
>> to the old, deprecated, one that it’s possible to just continue with
>> that under GNUstep. The problem appears to be a GNUstep bug.
>> I think performance‐wise, this is on a par with the expose_frame
>> method we’re currently using, and it has proper scrolling, which is a
>> plus.
>> The attached file is an mbox you should be able to apply to emacs-26
>> with:

Hi Alan,

I just tried this against emacs-26, and the resulting emacs is not
functional: the display doesnʼt update, the minibuffer doesnʼt
show. This is on Mojave (10.14.3)


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