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bug#13906: 24.3; Display problems in Python shell

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: bug#13906: 24.3; Display problems in Python shell
Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2013 22:42:39 +0100
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Am 08.03.2013 20:03, schrieb Glenn Morris:
Fabián Ezequiel Gallina wrote:

The most relevant change introduced after Oct 10 2012 is in revno
111207, but it is so small that it is unlikely it broken the thing.

FWIW I'm using the pdb tracking feature extensively on GNU/Linux and
never experienced such problems, BUT notice OSX comint processes tend
to work rather weird when compared to other systems, and that could be
related to libedit. See:

Thanks for checking, I can well believe this could be some more Mac OS X
oddness. If you don't see it on GNU/Linux, we won't worry about this for

My feeling is that, if this is a regression, we should check changes
that happened in comint rather than in python.el itself.

There have been no comint changes since 24.2.92.

Looks like a broken filter.
Code arrives, while the filter doesn't work, letting chars pass.

Might it be possible to have some example code which triggers the bug?
Also having a look at ipython-settings might be of interest.

Always learning from python.el, :)


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