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bug#20356: 25.0.50; Strange terminal glyphs in emacs -nw in recent maste


From: Jorgen Schäfer
Subject: bug#20356: 25.0.50; Strange terminal glyphs in emacs -nw in recent master
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 14:26:18 +0200

On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 4:39 PM, Stefan Monnier
<address@hidden> wrote:
>> A reliable way to trigger this for me is M-DEL, though many deletion
>> operations cause spurious data to be displayed. C-l will remove said
>
> This is likely coming from the "OSC 52" SetSelection support
> recently added and which your gnome-terminal apparently doesn't support
> yet term/xterm.el doesn't realize it.
>
> Could you add some debug `message's to check that
> terminal-init-xterm-activate-set-selection is indeed called (it
> apparently shouldn't).

It is indeed being called.

> The problem is likely in xterm--version-handler
> to add also some `message's there to see what `version' number is sent
> by gnome-terminal (and why the code doesn't set it back to 200)?

The value of `str` after the first while loop is "83;40100;0" here. This is what
screen reports, and version is set to 240 in this case. Later, it calls
`terminal-init-xterm-activate-set-selection` if version is greater than 203.
Commenting this out fixes things for me again.

Regards,
Jorgen





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