;;; msw-glyphs.el --- Support for glyphs in ms windows
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;; Author: Kirill M. Katsnelson <email@example.com>
;; Maintainer: XEmacs Development Team
;; Keywords: extensions, internal, dumped
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;; Initialization code for MS Windows glyphs.
;; This file is dumped with XEmacs (when MS Windows support is
;; compiled in). Make sure this is the first of msw-*.el files
(defun msgdi-device-p (&optional device)
"Return non-nil if DEVICE is a GDI device, that is 'mswindows or 'msprinter.
MS GDI devices are mutuially WYSIWIG-compatible, so that many common glyph,
color and font properties apply to them equally.
This function is also a predicate for 'msgdi device tag, matching this
(memq (device-type device) '(mswindows msprinter)))
(define-specifier-tag 'msgdi (function msgdi-device-p))
`(("\\.bmp\\'" [bmp :file nil] 2)
("\\`BM" [bmp :data nil] 2)
,@(if (featurep 'xpm) '(("\\.xpm\\'" [xpm :file nil] 2)))
("\\.xbm\\'" [xbm :file nil] 2)
,@(if (featurep 'xpm) '(("\\`/\\* XPM \\*/" [xpm :data nil] 2)))
,@(if (featurep 'gif) '(("\\.gif\\'" [gif :file nil] 2)
("\\`GIF8" [gif :data nil] 2)))
,@(if (featurep 'jpeg) '(("\\.jpe?g\\'" [jpeg :file nil] 2)))
;; all of the JFIF-format JPEG's that I've seen begin with
;; the following. I have no idea if this is standard.
,@(if (featurep 'jpeg) '(("\\`\377\330\377\340\000\020JFIF"
[jpeg :data nil] 2)))
,@(if (featurep 'png) '(("\\.png\\'" [png :file nil] 2)))
,@(if (featurep 'png) '(("\\`\211PNG" [png :data nil] 2)))
,@(if (featurep 'tiff) '(("\\.tif?f\\'" [tiff :file nil] 2)))
("\\`X-Face:" [string :data "[xface]"])
("\\`/\\* XPM \\*/" [string :data "[xpm]"])
("" [string :data nil] 2)
;; this last one is here for pointers and icons and such --
;; strings are not allowed so they will be ignored.
'msprinter (console-type-image-conversion-list 'mswindows))
(set-face-font 'border-glyph "WingDings:Regular:11::Symbol"
(set-glyph-image continuation-glyph "\xC3" 'global 'msgdi)
(set-glyph-image truncation-glyph "\xF0" 'global 'msgdi)
(set-glyph-image hscroll-glyph "\xEF" 'global 'msgdi)
(set-glyph-image octal-escape-glyph "\\")
(set-glyph-image control-arrow-glyph "^")
(set-glyph-image invisible-text-glyph " ...")
(cond ((featurep 'xpm)
(concat "../etc/" "xemacs-icon3.xpm")
"XEmacs <insert spiffy graphic logo here>"
;;; msw-glyphs.el ends here