From: Fredrik Svensson <fredrik@it...> - 2002-10-09 22:55:20
I just fetched myself a new Boa from CVS. Tried it with Python 2.2 and
wxPython without unicode first. Ran in to exactly the same problem as
below when typing swedish characters =E5=E4=F6. Thought upgrading to the
unicode version of wxPython would help but to no avail.
Tried it in the StyledTextControl in the wxPython demo as suggested and
it is indeed a bug in wxPython. Same thing happens there.
About 1+ year ago I also had problems with swedish characters coming out
as very strange characters while typing them. Then I hacked around in
boa with the 'handleSpecialEuropeanKeys' function and added a map for
swedish keys. Now that I look through the source the method seems to be
removed and the method calls are commented out... The option in the
preferences file still exists though... What happened? A final fix to
the problem perhaps?
Any ideas on where to dig further?
> > 2. Defining Hungarian keyboard layout on XP and hitting a character=20
> > with accent mark in the BOA editor leads to the=20
> disappearence of all=20
> > previous text. (Looks like the character code is not converted to=20
> > UNICODE but ASCII in the 128-255 region.)
> Please test this case in the wxPython demo's STC section:=20
> wxStyledTextCtrl_2 and tell me if that behaves the same.
> > Are these mean that BOA does not yet support UNICODE or=20
> should I just=20
> > set something to use that?
> It's supposed to work, but I don't use the unicode build so=20
> there might still be a few problems lurking here and there.
> > G=E9za Groma
> > Institute of Biophysics
> > Biological Research Center of Hungarian Academy of Sciences 6701=20
> > Szeged, Hungary
> PS, it's 'Boa', not 'BOA'.
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