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commit f2bfd513b14a2aa27796670235557a550b4189db
parent e7ed326d2e914a57017c9f34459824614075519b
Author: Nils Reu├če <n.reusse@hxgn.net>
Date:   Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:34:12 +0200

keep some glyph modes for the cursor

st currently does not keep any mode for the cursor that was active
in the underlying glyph (e.g. italic text), the mode is always
ATTR_NULL [1].  At [2] you can find a screenshot that shows the
implications.  Other terminals (at least vte-based, such as
XFCE-terminal) keep some modes for the cursor.  I find the current
behaviour very disruptive, so here is a patch that keeps a few
(arbitrarily chosen) modes for the cursor.

[1] http://git.suckless.org/st/tree/st.c#n3963
[2] http://i.imgur.com/R2yCEaC.png

Diffstat:
x.c | 3+++
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/x.c b/x.c @@ -1266,6 +1266,7 @@ xdrawcursor(void) Glyph g = {' ', ATTR_NULL, defaultbg, defaultcs}, og; int ena_sel = sel.ob.x != -1 && sel.alt == IS_SET(MODE_ALTSCREEN); Color drawcol; + unsigned attr; LIMIT(oldx, 0, term.col-1); LIMIT(oldy, 0, term.row-1); @@ -1285,6 +1286,8 @@ xdrawcursor(void) xdrawglyph(og, oldx, oldy); g.u = term.line[term.c.y][term.c.x].u; + attr = ATTR_BOLD | ATTR_ITALIC | ATTR_UNDERLINE | ATTR_STRUCK; + g.mode |= term.line[term.c.y][term.c.x].mode & attr; /* * Select the right color for the right mode.