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Re: named colour list
I believe rxvt dynamically loads either libWll.dll or libX11.dll (using
dlopen()). It does this depending on the setting of the environment
This was done so that the same executable works:
1) in native windows mode on systems without X11 installed
2) in X11 or native windows mode on systems WITH X11 installed,
depending on DISPLAY setting.
If rxvt were actually LINKED to libX11.dll then it couldn't work with
W11, and vice versa.
Don Sharp wrote:
> Charles Wilson wrote:
>>Schaible, Jörg wrote:
>>>So I can use the named colors, "lighsalmon" works fine on my box. OTOH I am
>>>not really sure *why* it works, since the only rbx.txt I've found was in the
>>>vim package. I've detected that the DLLs cygtk80.dll and libW11.dll seem to
>>>have included this symbolic names, but neither is used for rxvt ...
>>rxvt DOES use libW11.dll.
> Where? According to cygcheck it doesn't.
> $ cygcheck g:\\bin\\rxvt.exe
> Don Sharp
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