;;; x-init.el --- initialization code for X windows
;; Copyright (C) 1990, 1993, 1994, 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Copyright (C) 1995 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois.
;; Copyright (C) 1995, 1996 Ben Wing.
;; Maintainer: XEmacs Development Team
;; Keywords: terminals, dumped
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;;; Synched up with: Not synched.
;; This file is dumped with XEmacs (when X support is compiled in).
;; If you want to change this variable, this is the place you must do it.
;; Do not set it to a string containing periods. X doesn't like that.
;(setq x-emacs-application-class "Emacs")
(defgroup x nil
"The X Window system."
;; selections and active regions
;; If and only if zmacs-regions is true:
;; When a mark is pushed and the region goes into the "active" state, we
;; assert it as the Primary selection. This causes it to be hilighted.
;; When the region goes into the "inactive" state, we disown the Primary
;; selection, causing the region to be dehilighted.
;; Note that it is possible for the region to be in the "active" state
;; and not be hilighted, if it is in the active state and then some other
;; application asserts the selection. This is probably not a big deal.
(defun x-activate-region-as-selection ()
(if (marker-buffer (mark-marker t))
(x-own-selection (cons (point-marker t) (mark-marker t)))))
;; OpenWindows-like "find" processing. These functions are really Sunisms,
;; but we put them here instead of in x-win-sun.el in case someone wants
;; to use them when not running on a Sun console (presumably after binding
;; them to different keys, or putting them on menus.)
(defvar ow-find-last-string nil)
(defvar ow-find-last-clipboard nil)
(defun ow-find (&optional backward-p)
"Search forward the next occurrence of the text of the selection."
(let ((sel (condition-case () (x-get-selection) (error nil)))
(clip (condition-case () (x-get-clipboard) (error nil)))
(setq text (cond
((not (equal clip ow-find-last-clipboard))
(setq ow-find-last-clipboard clip))
(t (error "No selection available"))))
(setq ow-find-last-string text)
(set-mark (+ (point) (length text))))
(set-mark (- (point) (length text)))))
(defun ow-find-backward ()
"Search backward for the previous occurrence of the text of the selection."
;; Load X-server specific code.
;; Specifically, load some code to repair the grievous damage that MIT and
;; Sun have done to the default keymap for the Sun keyboards.
(defmacro x-define-dead-key (key map)
`(when (x-keysym-on-keyboard-p ',key)
(define-key function-key-map [,key] ',map))))
(defun x-initialize-compose ()
"Enable compose processing"
(autoload 'compose-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(autoload 'compose-acute-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(autoload 'compose-grave-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(autoload 'compose-cedilla-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(autoload 'compose-diaeresis-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(autoload 'compose-circumflex-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(autoload 'compose-tilde-map "x-compose" nil t 'keymap)
(when (x-keysym-on-keyboard-p 'multi-key)
(define-key function-key-map [multi-key] 'compose-map))
;; The dead keys might really be called just about anything, depending
;; on the vendor. MIT thinks that the prefixes are "SunFA_", "D", and
;; "hpmute_" for Sun, DEC, and HP respectively. However, OpenWindows 3
;; thinks that the prefixes are "SunXK_FA_", "DXK_", and "hpXK_mute_".
;; And HP (who don't mention Sun and DEC at all) use "XK_mute_".
;; Go figure.
;; Presumably if someone is running OpenWindows, they won't be using
;; the DEC or HP keysyms, but if they are defined then that is possible,
;; so in that case we accept them all.
;; If things seem not to be working, you might want to check your
;; /usr/lib/X11/XKeysymDB file to see if your vendor has an equally
;; mixed up view of what these keys should be called.
;; Canonical names:
(x-define-dead-key acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key cedilla compose-cedilla-map)
(x-define-dead-key diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key circumflex compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key tilde compose-tilde-map)
(x-define-dead-key degree compose-ring-map)
;; Sun according to MIT:
(x-define-dead-key SunFA_Acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunFA_Grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunFA_Cedilla compose-cedilla-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunFA_Diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunFA_Circum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunFA_Tilde compose-tilde-map)
;; Sun according to OpenWindows 2:
(x-define-dead-key Dead_Grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dead_Circum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dead_Tilde compose-tilde-map)
;; Sun according to OpenWindows 3:
(x-define-dead-key SunXK_FA_Acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunXK_FA_Grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunXK_FA_Cedilla compose-cedilla-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunXK_FA_Diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunXK_FA_Circum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key SunXK_FA_Tilde compose-tilde-map)
;; DEC according to MIT:
(x-define-dead-key Dacute_accent compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dgrave_accent compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dcedilla_accent compose-cedilla-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dcircumflex_accent compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dtilde compose-tilde-map)
(x-define-dead-key Dring_accent compose-ring-map)
;; DEC according to OpenWindows 3:
(x-define-dead-key DXK_acute_accent compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key DXK_grave_accent compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key DXK_cedilla_accent compose-cedilla-map)
(x-define-dead-key DXK_circumflex_accent compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key DXK_tilde compose-tilde-map)
(x-define-dead-key DXK_ring_accent compose-ring-map)
;; HP according to MIT:
(x-define-dead-key hpmute_acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpmute_grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpmute_diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpmute_asciicircum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpmute_asciitilde compose-tilde-map)
;; Empirically discovered on Linux XFree86 MetroX:
(x-define-dead-key usldead_acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key usldead_grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key usldead_diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key usldead_asciicircum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key usldead_asciitilde compose-tilde-map)
;; HP according to OpenWindows 3:
(x-define-dead-key hpXK_mute_acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpXK_mute_grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpXK_mute_diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpXK_mute_asciicircum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key hpXK_mute_asciitilde compose-tilde-map)
;; HP according to HP-UX 8.0:
(x-define-dead-key XK_mute_acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key XK_mute_grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key XK_mute_diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key XK_mute_asciicircum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key XK_mute_asciitilde compose-tilde-map)
;; Xfree86 seems to use lower case and a hyphen
(x-define-dead-key dead-acute compose-acute-map)
(x-define-dead-key dead-grave compose-grave-map)
(x-define-dead-key dead-cedilla compose-cedilla-map)
(x-define-dead-key dead-diaeresis compose-diaeresis-map)
(x-define-dead-key dead-circum compose-circumflex-map)
(x-define-dead-key dead-tilde compose-tilde-map)
(defun x-initialize-keyboard ()
"Perform X-Server-specific initializations. Don't call this."
;; This is some heuristic junk that tries to guess whether this is
;; a Sun keyboard.
;; One way of implementing this (which would require C support) would
;; be to examine the X keymap itself and see if the layout looks even
;; remotely like a Sun - check for the Find key on a particular
;; keycode, for example. It'd be nice to have a table of this to
;; recognize various keyboards; see also xkeycaps.
(let ((vendor (x-server-vendor)))
(cond ((or (string-match "Sun Microsystems" vendor)
;; MIT losingly fails to tell us what hardware the X server
;; is managing, so assume all MIT displays are Suns... HA HA!
(string-equal "MIT X Consortium" vendor)
(string-equal "X Consortium" vendor))
;; Ok, we think this could be a Sun keyboard. Load the Sun code.
;; (load "x-win-sun"))
((string-match "XFree86" vendor)
;; Those XFree86 people do some weird keysym stuff, too.
;; (load "x-win-xfree86")))))
;; Moved from x-toolbar.el, since InfoDock doesn't dump a x-toolbar.el.
(defun x-init-toolbar-from-resources (locale)
top-toolbar-height 'natnum locale
'("topToolBarHeight" . "TopToolBarHeight"))
bottom-toolbar-height 'natnum locale
'("bottomToolBarHeight" . "BottomToolBarHeight"))
left-toolbar-width 'natnum locale
'("leftToolBarWidth" . "LeftToolBarWidth"))
right-toolbar-width 'natnum locale
'("rightToolBarWidth" . "RightToolBarWidth"))
top-toolbar-border-width 'natnum locale
'("topToolBarBorderWidth" . "TopToolBarBorderWidth"))
bottom-toolbar-border-width 'natnum locale
'("bottomToolBarBorderWidth" . "BottomToolBarBorderWidth"))
left-toolbar-border-width 'natnum locale
'("leftToolBarBorderWidth" . "LeftToolBarBorderWidth"))
right-toolbar-border-width 'natnum locale
'("rightToolBarBorderWidth" . "RightToolBarBorderWidth")))
(defvar pre-x-win-initted nil)
(defun init-pre-x-win ()
"Initialize X Windows at startup (pre). Don't call this."
(when (not pre-x-win-initted)
(setq character-set-property 'x-iso8859/1) ; see x-iso8859-1.el
(setq initial-frame-plist (if initial-frame-unmapped-p
(setq pre-x-win-initted t)))
(defvar x-win-initted nil)
(defun init-x-win ()
"Initialize X Windows at startup. Don't call this."
(when (not x-win-initted)
;; Open the X display when this file is loaded
;; (Note that the first frame is created later.)
(setq x-initial-argv-list (cons (car command-line-args)
;; Locate the app-defaults directory
(when (and (boundp 'x-app-defaults-directory)
(setq command-line-args-left (cdr x-initial-argv-list))
(setq x-win-initted t)))
(defvar post-x-win-initted nil)
(defun init-post-x-win ()
"Initialize X Windows at startup (post). Don't call this."
(when (not post-x-win-initted)
;; We can't load this until after the initial X device is created
;; because the icon initialization needs to access the display to get
;; any toolbar-related color resources.
(if (and (not (featurep 'infodock)) (featurep 'toolbar))
(if (and (featurep 'infodock) (featurep 'toolbar))
(if (featurep 'mule)
;; these are only ever called if zmacs-regions is true.
;; Motif-ish bindings
;; The following two were generally unliked.
;;(define-key global-map '(shift delete) 'kill-primary-selection)
;;(define-key global-map '(control delete) 'delete-primary-selection)
(define-key global-map '(shift insert) 'yank-clipboard-selection)
(define-key global-map '(control insert) 'copy-primary-selection)
;; These are Sun-isms.
(define-key global-map 'copy 'copy-primary-selection)
(define-key global-map 'paste 'yank-clipboard-selection)
(define-key global-map 'cut 'kill-primary-selection)
(define-key global-map 'menu 'popup-mode-menu)
;;(define-key global-map '(shift menu) 'x-goto-menubar) ;NYI
(setq post-x-win-initted t)))
;;; Keyboard initialization needs to be done differently for each X
;;; console, so use create-console-hook.
(when (featurep 'x)
(letf (((selected-console) console))
(when (eq 'x (console-type console))
(defun make-frame-on-display (display &optional props)
"Create a frame on the X display named DISPLAY.
DISPLAY should be a standard display string such as \"unix:0\",
or nil for the display specified on the command line or in the
DISPLAY environment variable.
PROPS should be a plist of properties, as in the call to `make-frame'.
This function opens a connection to the display or reuses an existing
This function is a trivial wrapper around `make-frame-on-device'."
(interactive "sMake frame on display: ")
(if (equal display "") (setq display nil))
(make-frame-on-device 'x display props))
;; Character 160 (octal 0240) displays incorrectly under X apparently
;; due to a universally crocked font width specification. Display it
;; as a space since that's what seems to be expected.
;; (make-vector 256 nil) instead of (make-display-table) because
;; make-display-table doesn't exist when this file is loaded.
(let ((tab (make-vector 256 nil)))
(aset tab 160 " ")
(set-specifier current-display-table tab 'global 'x))
;;; x-init.el ends here