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bug#5334: 23.1.91; Term mode prints "0; address@hidden:~" before each pr
bug#5334: 23.1.91; Term mode prints "0; address@hidden:~" before each prompt of an interactive SSH session
Fri, 08 Jan 2010 12:25:17 -0700
On 2010-01-08, at 12:13 PM, Dan Nicolaescu wrote:
> Scott Bell <address@hidden> writes:
>> On 2010-01-07, at 2:37 PM, Dan Nicolaescu wrote:
>>> Scott Bell <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> Under GNU Emacs 220.127.116.11 (x86_64-apple-darwin10.2.0,
>>>> NS apple-appkit-1038.25), Mac OS X 10.6.2, Term mode
>>>> prints the following prompt during an interactive SSH
>>>> session ('ssh host'):
>>>> when PS1 is set to '(\h:\W)\$ ' on the remote host.
>>>> The string '0;address@hidden:~' is not displayed when using
>>>> another terminal emulator.
>>> You probably set PROMPT_COMMAND to something that term.el does not
>> That's correct. It looks like PROMPT_COMMAND on the
>> remote machine is trying to set the title string.
> Does the PROMPT_COMMAND setting come from your .bashrc?
> If yes, then:
> 1. never use it it's overkill, set PS1 to do the same thing instead.
> 2. when setting it, you need to set it conditionally, only when TERM==xterm
It comes from the system bash initialization, I've now
added PROMPT_COMMAND='' in my .bashrc on the remote
>> Should term.el support this escape sequence? If not,
>> should it recognize it but take no action (and also
>> not print undesired output)? This seems like a fairly
>> common feature, but I could be wrong.
> That sequence should only be used for xterm.
> It's been reported that this used to work in term.el in emacs-23.1, no
> idea why it does not work now. I don't have any plans to figure out why
> it does not work anymore, or to do anything about it.
That's certainly fine by me.