[squeak-dev] Re: [Vm-dev] Re: Pasting unicode (was Re: Pharo:: Re:
John M McIntosh
johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com
Sat Apr 18 19:38:28 UTC 2009
Although this allows you to deal with UTF8 characters I was hoping
that we could migrate to the extended clipboard logic that was
We successfully used that in Sophie to pull utf-8, utf-16, macroman,
and various forms of picture data, plus Finder aliases when you do cmd-
copy on a file in the Finder,
at best this is a patch towards that goal, and if it requires a new VM
and image changes, why not provide all the existing functionality so
people can copy/paste images?
Also some applications just didn't provide kUTTypeUTF8PlainText so the
logic would review the available types on the clipboard and choose the
one with the best options, although Microsoft office was a hassle
because it would place both text in 50 formats AND a TIFF of the PAGE
on the clipboard so we had to somewhat guess does the
client want a TIFF from Word, or text from Word, because if you copied
an image in Word, it would also place a text description of the
graphic object on the clipboard.
On 17-Apr-09, at 1:35 PM, Andreas Raab wrote:
> Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>> Below that the paste from ru.wikipedia. These are actual question
>> marks (ASCII 63), the Mac VM does not paste Unicode even if setting
>> SqueakEncodingType to UTF-8 (only the extended clipboard plugin
>> does this).
> Fortunately, at least that part is very easy to fix. I asked our CEO
> if we could release our clipboard support code back to the community
> and he agreed, so find attched an sqMacUIClipBoard.c version which
> does support Unicode copy/paste properly via UTF-8 (this should work
> as a drop-in replacement to the existing sqMacUIClipBoard.c).
> Brought to you by the friendly folks at Qwaq.
> - Andreas
John M. McIntosh <johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com>
Corporate Smalltalk Consulting Ltd. http://www.smalltalkconsulting.com
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