Hi, I tried doing it with the code below and for the example from the distribution (pango/samples/break.rb) it worked: underscore was then similar to an ordinary letter. I mean word_end for underscore became true. But this doesn't work when I'm trying to double-click a word with an underscore - it always selects a part to the left or to the right of it. Any help is appreciated. module Pango alias :super_break :break module_function :super_break def self.break s, analysis #puts "intercepted" r = super_break s, analysis # TODO: fix for ruby 1.9 #puts s chars = s.unpack("U*") for i in 0...chars.length c = chars[i] #print c.chr r[i].word_end = false if c == 95 # _ end r end end Thanks, A.
on 2009-04-15 15:50
on 2009-04-17 12:35
Your snippet works for Ruby code but won't affect other Gtk widgets that depend on the C version of Pango, like GtkTextBuffer. I too would love to know how to customize this kind of thing in Pango, but I'm not sure if it's possible, based on my Google searchigns. Perhaps there is a Pango mailing list or irc channel we could ask in? Please post back here if you do find a solution. best, Dan ____________________________________ Daniel Benjamin Lucraft www.daniellucraft.com/blog twitter.com/danlucraft 2009/4/15 Andrey Chaschev <email@example.com>: