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[xemacs-hg @ 2003-03-27 12:57:36 by stephent]
use .Xresources not .Xdefaults <87adfhezt5.fsf@tleepslib.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp>
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+2003-03-27  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+
+	* PROBLEMS: Global substitution of .Xresources for .Xdefaults.
+
 2003-03-25  Jerry James  <james@eecs.ku.edu>
 
 	* configure.in: Add Andrew Begel's shared library support for
 *** My X resources used to work, and now some of them are being ignored.
 
 Check the resources in .../etc/Emacs.ad (which is the same as the file
-sample.Xdefaults).  Perhaps some of the default resources built in to
+sample.Xresources).  Perhaps some of the default resources built in to
 emacs are now overriding your existing resources.  Copy and edit the
 resources in Emacs.ad as necessary.
 
 without optimization.  If that doesn't work, try recompiling with
 SYSTEM_MALLOC defined, and/or with REL_ALLOC undefined.
 
-*** A position you specified in .Xdefaults is ignored, using twm.
+*** A position you specified in .Xresources is ignored, using twm.
 
 twm normally ignores "program-specified" positions.
 You can tell it to obey them with this command in your `.twmrc' file:
 
 *** The popup menu appears at the bottom/right of my screen.
 
-You probably have something like the following in your ~/.Xdefaults
+You probably have something like the following in your ~/.Xresources
 
 	Emacs.geometry:		81x56--9--1
 
 ** AIX
 *** Your Delete key sends a Backspace to the terminal, using an AIXterm.
 
-The solution is to include in your .Xdefaults the lines:
+The solution is to include in your .Xresources the lines:
 
    *aixterm.Translations: #override <Key>BackSpace: string(0x7f)
    aixterm*ttyModes: erase ^?
+2003-03-27  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+
+	* Emacs.ad: Global substition of .Xresources for .Xdefaults.
+	* sample.Xresources: Replaces sample.Xdefaults.
+	* sample.Xdefaults: Replace contents with pointer to
+	sample.Xresources.
+	* README: Change name of sample.Xdefaults to sample.Xresources.
+	Substitute 21.4 for 21.2.
+
 2003-03-03  Ville Skytt�  <scop@xemacs.org>
 
 	* BETA (New packages): Introduce Norbert Koch.
 ! This is the app-defaults file for XEmacs.
 !
-! This used to be identical to sample.Xdefaults, but the resources
+! This used to be identical to sample.Xresources, but the resources
 ! below have been rewritten to be as general as possible to avoid
 ! overriding user resources.  Other than the form rewriting, both
 ! files should be kept in sync. 
 ! However, you may copy .../etc/Emacs.ad to /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults/Emacs
 ! (or whatever the standard app-defaults directory is at your site) to cause
 ! it to be consulted at run-time.  (Do this only for site-wide customizations:
-! personal customizations should be put into ~/.Xdefaults instead.)
+! personal customizations should be put into ~/.Xresources instead.)
 ! Note that the file must be named Emacs, not XEmacs.
 ! 
 ! See the NEWS file (C-h n) or XEmacs manual (C-h i) for a description of
 MACHINES		List of known machines configurations (OLD)
 MAILINGLISTS		List of available Mailing lists
 MORE.STUFF		List of useful unbundled packages
-NEWS			XEmacs 21.2 release information
+NEWS			XEmacs 21.4 release information
 ORDERS
 ORDERS.EUROPE
 ORDERS.JAPAN		Order forms for GNU software
-PACKAGES		List of packages available for 21.2 release
+PACKAGES		List of packages available for 21.4 release
 README			This file
 README.HYPERBOLE
 README.OO-BROWSER	How to obtain Hyperbole and the OO-Browser
 recycle2.xpm		Two versions of oversized Recycle cursor
 refcard.ps.gz		Postscript version of XEmacs reference card
 refcard.tex		XEmacs reference card
-sample.Xdefaults	Example ~/.Xdefaults file
+sample.Xdefaults	(legacy -- to be removed)
+sample.Xresources	Example ~/.Xresources file
 sample.init.el		Example ~/.xemacs/init.el file
 sink.xbm		A Gnu icon
 sparcworks/		Support files for Sparcworks

etc/sample.Xdefaults

-! This is a sample .Xdefaults file.  The resources below are the
-! actual resources used as defaults for XEmacs, although the
-! form of these resources in the XEmacs app-defaults file is
-! slightly different.
-! 
-! You can use the examples below as a basis for your own customizations:
-! copy and modify any of the resources below into your own ~/.Xdefaults file.
-! .Xdefaults specifies defaults for all applications, not just XEmacs; it is
-! normally used to customize fonts, colors, and the like, while ~/.emacs is
-! used to change other sorts of (XEmacs-specific) behavior.
-! 
-! In general, changes to your .Xdefaults file will not take effect until the
-! next time you restart the window system.  To reload your resources
-! explicitly, use the shell command
-! 
-! 	xrdb -load ~/.Xdefaults
-! 
-! The resources will take effect the next time you restart XEmacs.  (Simply
-! creating a new xemacs frame is not enough - you must restart the editor
-! for the changes to take effect.)
-! 
-
-
-! Colors and backgrounds.
-! ======================
-! The contrasts of these colors will cause them to map to the appropriate
-! one of "black" or "white" on monochrome systems.
-! 
-! The valid color names on your system can be found by looking in the file
-! `rgb.txt', usually found in /usr/lib/X11/ or /usr/openwin/lib/X11/.
-
-! Set the foreground and background colors of the `default' face.
-! The default face colors are the base for most of the other faces'
-! colors.  The default background is gray80, and the default foreground
-! is black.
-Emacs.default.attributeBackground:	gray80
-Emacs.default.attributeForeground:	black
-
-! Set the modeline colors.
-Emacs.modeline*attributeForeground:	Black
-Emacs.modeline*attributeBackground:	Gray75
-
-! Set the color of the text cursor.
-Emacs.text-cursor*attributeBackground:	Red3
-
-! If you want to set the color of the mouse pointer, do this:
-! Emacs.pointer*attributeForeground:	Black
-! If you want to set the background of the mouse pointer, do this:
-! Emacs.pointer*attributeBackground:	White
-! Note that by default, the pointer foreground and background are the same
-! as the default face.
-
-! Set the menubar colors.  This overrides the default foreground and
-! background colors specified above.
-Emacs*menubar*Foreground:		Gray30
-Emacs*menubar*Background:		Gray75
-! This is for buttons in the menubar.  
-! Yellow would be better, but that would map to white on monochrome.
-Emacs*menubar.buttonForeground:		Blue
-Emacs*XlwMenu.selectColor:		ForestGreen
-Emacs*XmToggleButton.selectColor:	ForestGreen
-
-! Specify the colors of popup menus.
-Emacs*popup*Foreground:			Black
-Emacs*popup*Background:			Gray75
-
-! Specify the colors of the various sub-widgets of the dialog boxes.
-Emacs*dialog*Foreground:		Black
-! #A5C0C1 is a shade of blue
-Emacs*dialog*Background:		#A5C0C1
-! The following three are for Motif dialog boxes ...
-Emacs*dialog*XmTextField*Background:	WhiteSmoke
-Emacs*dialog*XmText*Background:		WhiteSmoke
-Emacs*dialog*XmList*Background:		WhiteSmoke
-! While this one is for Athena dialog boxes.
-Emacs*dialog*Command*Background:	WhiteSmoke
-
-! Athena dialog boxes are sometimes built with the Xaw3d
-! variant of the Athena toolkit.
-! XEmacs being nice to 8bit displays, it defaults to:
-Emacs*dialog*Command*beNiceToColormap:	true
-! If you are shocked by the ugliness of the 3d rendition,
-! you may want to set (even on 8bit displays) the above to false.
-
-! Xlw Scrollbar colors
-Emacs*XlwScrollBar.Foreground:		Gray30
-Emacs*XlwScrollBar.Background:		Gray75
-Emacs*XmScrollBar.Foreground:		Gray30
-Emacs*XmScrollBar.Background:		Gray75
-
-!
-! The Lucid Scrollbar supports two added resources, SliderStyle is either
-! "plain" (default) or "dimple".  Dimple puts a small dimple in the middle
-! of the slider that depresses when the slider is clicked on.  ArrowPosition is
-! either "opposite" (default) or "same".  Opposite puts the arrows at opposite
-! of the scrollbar, same puts both arrows at the same end, like the Amiga.
-!
-! Emacs*XlwScrollBar.SliderStyle:    dimple
-! Emacs*XlwScrollBar.ArrowPosition:  opposite
-
-
-!
-! If you want to turn off a toolbar, set its height or width to 0.
-! The correct size value is not really arbitrary.  We only control it
-! this way in order to avoid excess frame resizing when turning the
-! toolbars on and off.
-!
-! To change the heights and widths of the toolbars:
-!
-! Emacs.topToolBarHeight:		37
-! Emacs.bottomToolBarHeight:		0
-! Emacs.leftToolBarWidth:		0
-! Emacs.rightToolBarWidth:		0
-
-Emacs*topToolBarShadowColor:		Gray90
-Emacs*bottomToolBarShadowColor:		Gray40
-Emacs*backgroundToolBarColor:		Gray75
-Emacs*toolBarShadowThickness:		2
-
-
-! If you want to turn off vertical scrollbars, or change the default
-! pixel width of the vertical scrollbars, do it like this (0 width
-! means no vertical scrollbars):
-! 
-! Emacs.scrollBarWidth: 0
-! 
-! To change it for a particular frame, do this:
-! 
-! Emacs*FRAME-NAME.scrollBarWidth: 0
-
-
-! If you want to turn off horizontal scrollbars, or change the default
-! pixel height of the horizontal scrollbars, do it like this (0 height
-! means no horizontal scrollbars):
-! 
-! Emacs.scrollBarHeight: 0
-! 
-! To change it for a particular frame, do this:
-! 
-! Emacs*FRAME-NAME.scrollBarHeight: 0
-
-
-! To dynamically change the labels used for menubar buttons...
-! 
-! Emacs*XlwMenu.resourceLabels: True
-! Emacs*XlwMenu.newFrame.labelString: Open Another Window
-
-! To have the Motif scrollbars on the left instead of the right, do this:
-! 
-! Emacs*scrollBarPlacement: BOTTOM_LEFT
-!
-! To have the Athena scrollbars on the right, use `BOTTOM_RIGHT' instead
-
-! To have Motif scrollbars act more like Xt scrollbars...
-!
-! Emacs*XmScrollBar.translations: #override \n\
-!     <Btn1Down>:     PageDownOrRight(0)    \n\
-!     <Btn3Down>:     PageUpOrLeft(0)
-
-! Fonts.
-! ======
-! XEmacs requires the use of XLFD (X Logical Font Description) format font
-! names, which look like
-! 
-! 	*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-*-*
-! 
-! if you use any of the other, less strict font name formats, some of which
-! look like
-! 		lucidasanstypewriter-12
-! and		fixed
-! and		9x13
-! 
-! then XEmacs won't be able to guess the names of the bold and italic versions.
-! All X fonts can be referred to via XLFD-style names, so you should use those
-! forms.  See the man pages for X(1), xlsfonts(1), and xfontsel(1).
-
-
-! The default font for the text area of XEmacs is chosen at run-time
-! by lisp code which tries a number of different possibilities in order
-! of preference.  If you wish to override it, use this:
-! 
-! Emacs.default.attributeFont:  -*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-
-! If you choose a font which does not have an italic version, you can specify
-! some other font to use for it here:
-! 
-! Emacs.italic.attributeFont:  -*-courier-medium-o-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-! 
-! If you choose a font which does not have a bold-italic version,
-! you can specify some other font to use for it here:
-! 
-! Emacs.bold-italic.attributeFont:  -*-courier-bold-o-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-! 
-! And here is how you would set the background color of the `highlight' face,
-! but only on the screen named `debugger':
-! 
-! Emacs*debugger.highlight.attributeBackground:		PaleTurquoise
-! 
-! See the NEWS file (C-h n) for a more complete description of the resource
-! syntax of faces.
-
-
-! Font of the modeline, menubar and pop-up menus.
-! Note that the menubar resources do not use the `face' syntax, since they
-! are X toolkit widgets and thus outside the domain of XEmacs proper.
-! 
-Emacs*menubar*Font: 		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-Emacs*popup*Font:		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-
-! Font in the Motif dialog boxes.
-! (Motif uses `fontList' while most other things use `font' - if you don't
-! know why you probably don't want to.)
-! 
-Emacs*XmDialogShell*FontList:	-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-Emacs*XmTextField*FontList:	-*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-Emacs*XmText*FontList:		-*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-Emacs*XmList*FontList:		-*-courier-medium-r-*-*-*-120-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-
-! Font in the Athena dialog boxes.
-! I think 14-point looks nicer than 12-point.
-! Some people use 12-point anyway because you get more text, but
-! there's no purpose at all in doing this for dialog boxes.
-
-Emacs*Dialog*Font:		-*-helvetica-bold-r-*-*-*-140-*-*-*-*-iso8859-*
-
-! Dialog box translations.
-! =======================
-
-! This accelerator binds <return> in a dialog box to <activate> on button1
-Emacs*dialog*button1.accelerators:#override\
-<KeyPress>Return: ArmAndActivate()\n\
-<KeyPress>KP_Enter: ArmAndActivate()\n\
-Ctrl<KeyPress>m: ArmAndActivate()\n
-
-! Translations to make the TextField widget behave more like XEmacs
-Emacs*XmTextField.translations: #override\n\
-	!<Key>osfBackSpace:	delete-previous-character()\n\
-	!<Key>osfDelete:	delete-previous-character()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>h: 		delete-previous-character()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>d: 		delete-next-character()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>osfDelete:	delete-previous-word()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>osfBackSpace:	delete-previous-word()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>d:		delete-next-word()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>k:		delete-to-end-of-line()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>g:		process-cancel()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>b:		backward-character()\n\
-	!<Key>osfLeft:		backward-character()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>f:		forward-character()\n\
-	!<Key>osfRight:		forward-character()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>b:		backward-word()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>osfLeft:	backward-word()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>f:		forward-word()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>osfRight:	forward-word()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>e:		end-of-line()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>a:		beginning-of-line()\n\
-	!Ctrl<Key>w:		cut-clipboard()\n\
-	!Meta<Key>w:		copy-clipboard()\n\
-	<Btn2Up>:		copy-primary()\n
-
-! With the XEmacs typeahead it's better to not have space be bound to
-! ArmAndActivate() for buttons that appear in dialog boxes.  This is
-! not 100% Motif compliant but the benefits far outweight the
-! compliancy problem.  
-Emacs*dialog*XmPushButton.translations:#override\n\
-    <Btn1Down>:         Arm()\n\
-    <Btn1Down>,<Btn1Up>: Activate()\
-			Disarm()\n\
-    <Btn1Down>(2+):     MultiArm()\n\
-    <Btn1Up>(2+):       MultiActivate()\n\
-    <Btn1Up>:           Activate()\
-		        Disarm()\n\
-    <Key>osfSelect:  	ArmAndActivate()\n\
-    <Key>osfActivate:   ArmAndActivate()\n\
-    <Key>osfHelp:	Help()\n\
-    ~Shift ~Meta ~Alt <Key>Return:	ArmAndActivate()\n\
-    <EnterWindow>:      Enter()\n\
-    <LeaveWindow>:      Leave()\n
-
-! XIM input method style 
-! ======================= 
-
-! ximStyles is a (whitespace or comma-separated) list of XIMStyles in
-! order of user's preference.  
-! Choose a subset of the following styles or reorder to taste
-Emacs*ximStyles: XIMPreeditPosition|XIMStatusArea\
-            XIMPreeditPosition|XIMStatusNothing\
-            XIMPreeditPosition|XIMStatusNone\
-            XIMPreeditNothing|XIMStatusArea\
-            XIMPreeditNothing|XIMStatusNothing\
-            XIMPreeditNothing|XIMStatusNone\
-            XIMPreeditNone|XIMStatusArea\
-            XIMPreeditNone|XIMStatusNothing\
-            XIMPreeditNone|XIMStatusNone
-
-! XIM Preedit and Status foreground and background
-Emacs*EmacsFrame.ximForeground: black
-Emacs*EmacsFrame.ximBackground: white
-
-! XIM fontset (defaults to system fontset default)
-! Emacs*EmacsFrame.FontSet: -dt-interface user-medium-r-normal-s*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*
+! This is a transitional placeholder file which will be removed for
+! the release.  See sample.Xresources for information about resource
+! specs for XEmacs.
+2003-03-27  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+
+	* menubar-items.el (default-menubar):
+	* startup.el (in comment): 
+	Global substitution: .Xresources for .Xdefaults.
+
 2003-03-24  Jerry James  <james@xemacs.org>
 
 	* window-xemacs.el (saved-window-equal): Use equal instead of = to

lisp/menubar-items.el

 	(Help-find-file (locate-data-file "sample.gtkrc"))
 	:included (featurep 'gtk)
 	:active (locate-data-file "sample.gtkrc")]
-       ["View Sample .%_Xdefaults"
-	(Help-find-file (locate-data-file "sample.Xdefaults"))
+       ["View Sample .%_Xresources"
+	(Help-find-file (locate-data-file "sample.Xresources"))
 	:included (featurep 'x)
-	:active (locate-data-file "sample.Xdefaults")]
+	:active (locate-data-file "sample.Xresources")]
        ["View Sample %_enriched.doc"
 	(Help-find-file (locate-data-file "enriched.doc"))
 	:active (locate-data-file "enriched.doc")])
 ;;    (insert "For customization examples, see the files ")
 ;;    (funcall present-file "sample.emacs")
 ;;    (insert " and ")
-;;    (funcall present-file "sample.Xdefaults")
+;;    (funcall present-file "sample.Xresources")
 ;;    (insert (format "\nin the directory %s." data-directory)))
 
 (defun startup-set-invocation-environment ()
+2003-03-27  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+
+	* xlwscrollbar.c: Global substitution of .Xresources for .Xdefaults.
+
 2003-02-28  Ben Wing  <ben@xemacs.org>
 
 	* lwlib-Xm.c:

lwlib/xlwscrollbar.c

  * Athena-style scrollbar button bindings added on Sun Dec 24 22:03:57 1995
  * by Jonathan Stigelman <Stig@hackvan.com>...   Ho ho ho!
  *
- * To use them, put this resource in your .Xdefaults
+ * To use them, put this resource in your .Xresources
  *
  * Emacs*XlwScrollBar.translations: #override \n\
  *   <Btn1Down>:     PageDownOrRight()	  \n\
-2003-03-26  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+2003-03-27  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+
+	* xemacs/frame.texi (XEmacs under X):
+	* xemacs-faq.texi:
+	Global substitute .Xresources for .Xdefaults.
 
 	* xemacs-faq.texi (Q3.2.2): `default' is also a face.
 	(Q3.2.2, Q3.8.4): Describe appropriate use of `fontSet' in Mule.
         Suggested by Janis Dzerins <jonis@dir.lv>.
 
-2003-03-26  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
-
-	* xemacs-faq.texi: Global substitute .Xresources for .Xdefaults.
-
 2003-03-20  Steve Youngs  <youngs@xemacs.org>
 
 	* xemacs/packages.texi (Automatically): Refer to

man/xemacs-faq.texi

 @finalout
 @titlepage
 @title XEmacs FAQ
-@subtitle Frequently asked questions about XEmacs @* Last Modified: $Date: 2003/03/26 06:10:47 $
+@subtitle Frequently asked questions about XEmacs @* Last Modified: $Date: 2003/03/27 12:57:48 $
 @sp 1
 @author Tony Rossini <rossini@@biostat.washington.edu>
 @author Ben Wing <ben@@xemacs.org>
 Search through the @file{NEWS} file for @samp{X Resources}.  A fairly
 comprehensive list is given after it.
 
-In addition, an @file{app-defaults} file is supplied,
-@file{etc/Emacs.ad} listing the defaults.  The file
-@file{etc/sample.Xresources} gives a set of defaults that you might
-consider.  It is essentially the same as @file{etc/Emacs.ad} but some
-entries are slightly altered.  Be careful about installing the contents
-of this file into your @file{.Xresources} or @file{.Xresources} file if
-you use GNU Emacs under X11 as well.
+In addition, an @file{app-defaults} file @file{etc/Emacs.ad} is
+supplied, listing the defaults.  The file @file{etc/sample.Xresources}
+gives a different set of defaults that you might consider for
+installation in your @file{~/.Xresources} file.  It is nearly the same
+as @file{etc/Emacs.ad}, but a few entries are altered.  Be careful about
+installing the contents of this file into your @file{.Xresources} (or
+legacy @file{.Xdefaults}) file if you use GNU Emacs under X11 as well.
 
 @node Q3.1.2, Q3.1.3, Q3.1.1, Customization
 @unnumberedsubsec Q3.1.2: How can I detect a color display?
 Emacs.modeline.attributeFont: fixed
 @end example
 
-This is confusing because @samp{default} and @samp{modeline} faces, and
-can be found listed with all faces in the current mode by using
-@kbd{M-x set-face-font (enter) ?}.  They use the face-specific resource
-@samp{attributeFont}, while menubar is a normal X thing that uses the
-specification @samp{font}.  With Motif it @emph{may be} necessary to use
-@samp{fontList} instead of @samp{font}.  With Mule in non-Motif
-configurations it @emph{is} necessary to use @samp{fontSet} instead of
-@samp{font}.
+This is confusing because @samp{default} and @samp{modeline} are face
+names, and can be found listed with all faces in the current mode by
+using @kbd{M-x set-face-font (enter) ?}.  They use the face-specific
+resource @samp{attributeFont}
+
+On the other hand, @samp{menubar} is a normal X thing that uses the
+resource @samp{font}.  With Motif it @emph{may be} necessary to use
+@samp{fontList} @emph{instead of} @samp{font}.  In @emph{non-Motif}
+configurations with Mule it @emph{is} necessary to use @samp{fontSet}
+instead of @samp{font}.  (Sorry, there just is no simple recipe here.)
 
 @node Q3.2.3, Q3.2.4, Q3.2.2, Customization
 @unnumberedsubsec Q3.2.3: How can I set the colors when highlighting a region?
 Emacs*menubar*fontList: FONT
 @end example
 
-If you are using the Lucid menubar, for backward compatibility of user
-configurations, the @samp{font} resource is recognized.  Since this is
-not supported by Motif itself, the code is a kludge and the @samp{font}
-resource will be recognized only if the @samp{fontList} resource
-resource is unset.  This means that the resource
+If you are using the Lucid menubar, for backward compatibility with
+existing user configurations, the @samp{font} resource is recognized.
+Since this is not supported by Motif itself, the code is a kludge and
+the @samp{font} resource will be recognized only if the @samp{fontList}
+resource resource is unset.  This means that the resource
 
 @example
 *fontList: FONT
 
 even though the latter is more specific.
 
-With Mule in non-Motif configurations it @emph{is} necessary to use
-@code{fontSet} @emph{instead of} @code{font}; the backward compatibility
-kludge was never implemented for non-Motif builds.  Example:
+In non-Motif configurations using @samp{--with-mule} and
+@samp{--with-xfs} it @emph{is} necessary to use the @code{fontSet}
+resource @emph{instead of} the @code{font} resource.  The backward
+compatibility kludge was never implemented for non-Motif builds.
+Example:
 
 @example
 *fontSet: FONT

man/xemacs/frame.texi

 extreme right is the @samp{Help} menu, which should always be
 available.  It provides access to all the XEmacs help facilities
 available through @kbd{C-h}, as well as samples of various configuration
-files like @samp{~/.Xdefaults} and @samp{~/.emacs}.  At the extreme left
+files like @samp{~/.Xresources} and @samp{~/.emacs}.  At the extreme left
 is the @samp{Files} menu, which provides the usual file reading,
 writing, and printing operations, as well as operations like revert
 buffer from most recent save.  The next menu from the left is the
 For values specific to the first XEmacs frame, you must use X resources.
 The variable @code{x-frame-defaults} takes an alist of default frame
 creation parameters for X window frames.  These override what is
-specified in @file{~/.Xdefaults} but are overridden by the arguments to
+specified in @file{~/.Xresources} but are overridden by the arguments to
 the particular call to @code{x-create-frame}.
 
 @vindex create-frame-hook
+2003-03-21  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
+
+	* automated/regexp-tests.el: Change known-bug status of "\\b".
+
 2003-02-21  Stephen J. Turnbull  <stephen@xemacs.org>
 
 	* automated/mule-tests.el (charsets-in-string):

tests/automated/regexp-tests.el

 (Assert (not (string-match "\\> " " ")))
 (Assert (not (string-match "a\\<" "a")))
 (Assert (not (string-match "\\>a" "a")))
-;; Added Known-Bug 2002-09-09
-(Known-Bug-Expect-Failure
- (Assert (not (string-match "\\b" "")))
- (Assert (not (string-match "\\b" " ")))
- (Assert (not (string-match " \\b" " ")))
- (Assert (not (string-match "\\b " " "))))
+;; Added Known-Bug 2002-09-09 sjt
+;; Fixed bug 2003-03-21 sjt
+(Assert (not (string-match "\\b" "")))
+(Assert (not (string-match "\\b" " ")))
+(Assert (not (string-match " \\b" " ")))
+(Assert (not (string-match "\\b " " ")))
 
 ;; Character classes are broken in Mule as of 21.5.9
 ;; Added Known-Bug 2002-12-27