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bug#13839: xterm/mintty control sequences support when formatOtherKeys =


From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: bug#13839: xterm/mintty control sequences support when formatOtherKeys = 1
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 10:42:47 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3.50 (gnu/linux)

Moving this to the bug tracker.

--- Begin Message --- Subject: Re: xterm/mintty control sequences support when formatOtherKeys = 1 Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 22:33:58 +0800 User-agent: Emacs+gnus
>>>>> "" == Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:

    >> For example, pressing C-0 in xterm will send control sequence
    >> "\e[27;5;48~" by default, which is supported now.  When
    >> "formatOtherKeys" is set to 1, C-0 is sent as "\e[48;5u" which is
    >> another shorter format.

    >> The easiest change I can image is to define a lot of key binds
    >> for those control sequence, for example, (define-key map
    >> "\e[48;5u" [?\C-0])

    > Y see, that looks fine.  If you can prepare a patch for it, I'd
    > be very happy to install it.  Or can we simply take all the
    > "\e[27;NN,MM~" and add a corresponding "\e[MM;NNu"?  If so, I can
    > write the patch myself.
    
Yes, I think so.  Maybe this is the better way than checking terminal
capacities and then deciding to enable which format.

/Victor 

    >         Stefan


    >> On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 9:54 PM, Stefan Monnier <address@hidden>wrote:

    >>> > When setting "formatOtherKeys" resource to 1 in xterm, 'CSI u'
    >>> format is > used for non-standard keycodes.  This is also how
    >>> mintty support > "modifyOtherKeys" by default.
    >>> 
    >>> > But in term/xterm.el, only 'CSI 27" format is supported.
    >>> 
    >>> > I think it is worth supporting "CSI u" format control
    >>> sequences.  > What do you think of adding them to
    >>> teerm/xterm.el?  or anyone can do it?
    >>> 
    >>> I'm not familiar with those "CSI 27" and "CSI u" formats (the
    >>> name vaguely reminds me of distant memories, but that's about
    >>> it).  Could give us an idea of what kind of changes to
    >>> term/xterm.el that would entail?
    >>> 
    >>> 
    >>> Stefan
    >>> 

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