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bug#30917: 26.0.91; True color emacs in termite


From: Oliver Laslett
Subject: bug#30917: 26.0.91; True color emacs in termite
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2018 11:12:45 +0100

Rami, using TERM=xterm-direct2 worked! I tried many other options without success. Many thanks, it seems that I have true colours. The only difference is that when I exit and return to the terminal, my prompt appears at the bottom and emacs remains in the terminal buffer (i.e. i have to call $ clear to clear the terminal buffer). I have tested and this is also happens with any command (e.g. `less`) so I guess related to using TERM=xterm-direct2 and not emacs related.

Many thanks
Oliver

On Sat, Mar 24, 2018 at 12:19 AM, Rami Ylimäki <address@hidden> wrote:
It seems that by default Termite sets TERM=xterm-termite, which doesn't support true color. However, since Termite uses libvte, it supports true color with semicolon separators, just like Gnome Terminal. If you have the latest Terminfo installed, you can launch Emacs with: TERM=xterm-direct2 emacs -nw. At least that worked for me under Termite. If this doesn't work, there are more detailed instructions in Emacs FAQ node Common requests > Colors on a TTY.

2018-03-23 21:51 GMT+02:00 Oliver Laslett <address@hidden>:
Rami, Eli,

I’ve realised that calling ‘sudo’ is just resulting in emacs with no theme and colours are inherited from my terminal theme (.Xresources). But the problem still remains that emacs is not detecting that termite is true colour. I have checked that terminfo defines setfg and setbg.

Thanks



On 23 Mar 2018, at 19:04, Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> wrote:

>> From: Oliver Laslett <address@hidden>
>> Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:30:47 +0000
>>
>> I have some odd behviour in emacs 26.0.91 with my color theme.
>> I am using termite terminal emulator (with true color support) and
>> when running `emacs -nw` I get a broken theme using reduced color set.
>> However, if I run `sudo emacs -nw` my theme shows correctly.
>>
>> As I understand, emacs determines true color support using terminfo. Is
>> emacs calling a command that may require root user privileges? How could
>> I debug this (apologies, long term emacs user, first bug report!)?
>
> Rami, could you please look into this?
>
> Thanks.



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