* Sun May 3 1998 Oliver Graf <email@example.com> This path contains test code for the new XEmacs Drag'n'Drop code. To test the code do the following: 1) call 'bash droptest.sh' to create the test files in /tmp 2) load and eval droptest.el in XEmacs 3) Try to do some internal DnD by using the sources and targets in the new buffer 4) Do some external DnD: 4a) OffiX: use files and editor of OffiX drag something from files or editor into XEmacs drag something from XEmacs to xv (only with OffiX patch, editor or files -- files can only move and copy within itself, cause OffiX is not quite the right thing to do) 4b) CDE: use dtfile and dtpad instead, but here everything should work. 4c) MSWindows: well, explorer should do. But only file data should work, and I don't know if the test already handles this. The misc-user-event now also responds as a button-x-event to the event-* query functions. The function of a drag is called dragdrop-drop-dispatch as you can see in droptest.el. From within the function you can access the actual misc-user-event through the current-mouse-event variable. Short description of the object part of a drop misc-user-event: ( TYPE . DATA ) TYPE is either the symbol dragdrop_MIME or the symbol dragdrop_URL DATA is a list of URL strings if TYPE is dragdrop_URL if TYPE is dragdrop_MIME DATA is either a string which contains the MIME data, or it is a list of ( CONTENT-TYPE CONTENT-ENCODING MIME-DATA ) CONTENT-TYPE is encoded for tm-view (list, first element type, rest key.value conses) CONTENT-ENCODING is a string MIME-DATA is a string CONTENT-TYPE and -ENCODING can be directly supplied to mime/viewer-mode.