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bug#5330: Term mode in Cocoa does not respect NS-ALTERNATE-MODIFIER


From: Ken Hori
Subject: bug#5330: Term mode in Cocoa does not respect NS-ALTERNATE-MODIFIER
Date: Sat, 16 Jan 2010 22:51:25 -0800

It happens on Linux as well
(For example, Emacs 23.1.91 bzr revision 99310)

So M-d (delete-next-word) on term-mode does not work, even though term-mode is supposed to be emulating a terminal as it is.

I can confirm this bug has existed for at least 1 month.
Perhaps reporting it again with a more noticeable title might get more attention that it deserves. This is a major bug that keeps me from using M-x term.


On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 3:35 PM, Scott Bell <address@hidden> wrote:
Under Mac OS X 10.6.2, Emacs 23.1.90.1, in an M-x term buffer
running /bin/bash, I get the following undesired behavior in
Cocoa emacs (Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/Emacs -q) when typing
`one two M-DEL' where meta is typed as the alt/option key:

$ one two├┐

This occurs even when ns-alternate-modifier is set to 'meta.
Running Emacs in a terminal window (Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/
Emacs -q -nw) works as I expect:

$ one






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