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bug#3554: Emacsclient over SSH switches behavior of C-backspace and C-de
bug#3554: Emacsclient over SSH switches behavior of C-backspace and C-delete
Sat, 13 Jun 2009 11:06:13 -0700 (PDT)
* Short description
Emacsclient that is X-forward over SSH switches bindings for C-backspace and
* How to reproduce the bug
First, run Emacs with -Q option on.
$ emacs -Q &
Then evaluate the following to start server:
Now ssh into localhost
$ ssh -X localhost
And start an emacsclient frame by running the following command from the ssh
$ emacsclient -c &
Try C-backspace (originally bound to backward-kill-word) and C-delete
(originally, kill-word), you'll see their behavior is switched.
When I start emacs (rather than emacsclient -c) from the ssh session,
there's no problem.
When I run emacsclient -c without involving an ssh session, there's no
1. Stick to M-DEL and M-d, which aren't affected.
"GNU Emacs 184.108.40.206 (i486-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.14.3)
of 2008-10-14 on rothera, modified by Debian"
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