My solution was to downgrade to 1.43 :sweat_smile:
😂 Seriously. I might end up writing a python script that runs
pacman -Syu to upgrade everything on my system, and then runs
pacman -U <pango 1.43 tar.gz file> to downgrade pango so I don’t have to 😉
Not sure whats the point of trying to abstract nvim "away" in gnvim
For fun and to increase the use of GNvim. Also, might find ways to improve Gnvim too. Obviously you don’t have to help with such a project, just figured I’d ask since I might try doing it.
pango_context_set_round_glyph_positionsmentioned in this Gnome blog that could help us fix the issues.
dpkg -s pango?
pacman -Qi pango
Valuefrom any API function. However, I believe I’ve found a way to completely remove that and just return the underlying type (using generics). Do you think that’d be a welcome change over there? It’s somewhat of a breaking change, but it would make writing things a lot less of a headache IMHO