|author||AlanCoopersmith <AlanCoopersmith@web>||2013-09-14 23:18:27 -0700|
|committer||xorg <email@example.com>||2013-09-14 23:18:27 -0700|
Diffstat (limited to 'X11R5.mdwn')
1 files changed, 20 insertions, 12 deletions
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ Characterization Conventions for device-independent color support in Xlib.
We have tried hard with this release to make our code use standard
features from POSIX.1 and ANSI C when possible. A new include file
-`<X11/Xosdefs.h>` describes which systems comply or do not comply with
+`<X11/Xosdefs.h>` describes which systems comply or do not comply with
Two new X authorization schemes are included, a DES based private-key system
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ New arguments have been added to the send-signal action: quit, alarm.
The *titeInibit* resource has been modified to also inhibit
the escape sequence
which switches to the alternate screen.
-Two new items have been added to the VT Fonts menu:
+Two new items have been added to the VT Fonts menu:
5x7 (Tiny) and 10x20 (Huge).
The following resources have been added: *resizeGravity*,
@@ -189,6 +189,7 @@ without program source modifications or recompilation.
Internationalization in Xlib is based on the concept of a <i>locale</i>.
A locale defines the “localized” behavior of a program at run-time.
Locales affect Xlib in its:
* Encoding and processing of input method text
* Encoding of resource files and values
* Encoding and imaging of text strings
@@ -319,11 +320,15 @@ a resource named “baseTranslations”.
Applications wishing to take advantage of the new functionality
would change their application defaults file, e.g., from
- app.widget.translations: <i>value</i>
+ app.widget.translations: <i>value</i>
- app.widget.baseTranslations: <i>value</i>
+ app.widget.baseTranslations: <i>value</i>
If it is important to the application to preserve complete
compatibility of the defaults file between different versions
@@ -452,7 +457,7 @@ annoying typecasting in ANSI C environments.
Function prototypes are now fully supported in the header files.
-`<X11/Intrinsic.h>` no longer includes `*lt;X11/Xos.h>` by default.
+`<X11/Intrinsic.h>` no longer includes `*lt;X11/Xos.h>` by default.
Inclusion of this file was a bug in earlier releases. If you have
old code that depends on this bug, you can define `-DXT_BC` when you compile
to get back the old behaviour.
@@ -521,7 +526,7 @@ these files are located in the `mit/doc/extensions/PEX/SI` directory.
Also located there is the `PHIGS` subdirectory which contains PHIGS man
pages and macros for printing these pages.
-Font source for PEX and utilities to build them are located in the directory
+Font source for PEX and utilities to build them are located in the directory
`mit/fonts/PEX`. Two stroke fonts are supplied.
The PEX verification tool InsPEX can be found in the
@@ -542,7 +547,7 @@ benchmarks (various directories below `benchmarks`) and tests
There are also several unsupported demos and examples available in
-`contrib`. In `contrib/demos/beach_ball2` a newer version
+`contrib`. In `contrib/demos/beach_ball2` a newer version
of the *beach_ball* demo with enhanced functionality can be found.
In `contrib/examples/PEX` various PHIGS based clients that
demonstrate how to use PEX via the PHIGS API are available.
@@ -558,7 +563,7 @@ only supports 8-bit color.
The API binding has been updated to the ISO IS PHIGS binding.
The directory `mit/util/PEX` contains `sed` scripts for
-from the previous binding to the new binding. These scripts do most of
+from the previous binding to the new binding. These scripts do most of
the work, but some manual editing is still needed. There is a *README*
file in this directory with notes and information.
@@ -571,12 +576,14 @@ NURBS Curves and Surfaces, 2D and 3D Text. Other operations include
Depth Cueing, Modelling Clip, Backface removal, Lighting Models and
-Functionality not completed in this release is as follows:
+Functionality not completed in this release is as follows:
In the API:
* Mapping of PHIGS font ids to PEX fonts
In the Server:
* Backface Attributes and Distinguish Flag
* Font sharing between clients
* Patterns, Hatches and associated attributes
@@ -588,6 +595,7 @@ In the Server:
* Completion of port to ISO IS PHIGS Binding
### PEX and PHIGS Documents
@@ -682,7 +690,7 @@ The buffer is now updated whenever the "string" resource is set using
*XtSetValues*. If the type is file then the file is read in again.
-`Box.h` now includes `<X11/Xmu/Converters.h>` for the
+`Box.h` now includes `<X11/Xmu/Converters.h>` for the
@@ -719,7 +727,7 @@ fail to have a grab active. They should make a call to
initialization routine, or use a different translation.
-`Paned.h` now includes `<X11/Xmu/Converters.h>` for the
+`Paned.h` now includes `<X11/Xmu/Converters.h>` for the
@@ -734,7 +742,7 @@ This widget is new in R5, see the Xaw manual for details.
Changed to be a subclass of *Simple* instead of *Core*.
The type of thumb resource has changes from *Pixmap* to *Bitmap*.
-However, if applications provide the resource conversion, the
+However, if applications provide the resource conversion, the
*SetValues* method can still handle pixmaps of correct depth.