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bug#23819: 25.0.95; display botched badly in xterm window


From: Paul Eggert
Subject: bug#23819: 25.0.95; display botched badly in xterm window
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2016 20:55:57 +0200
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On 06/22/2016 04:54 PM, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
From: Paul Eggert <address@hidden>
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2016 04:01:34 +0200

This appears to be a relatively recent regression in the emacs-25
branch.
How recent?  Can you estimate when this started to happen to you?  The
relevant file (xterm.el) hasn't been touched in months, except by you,
for the paste feature.

Sorry, my memory is inexact. I vaguely recall seeing a problem or two a couple of months ago. The problem has gotten worse recently, I expect partly because I am using lower-throughput and/or longer-latency ssh connections recently.

The "ESC [ > 1;3201;0c" thingy is the response to query by xterm--query, see xterm--version-handler. Is it true that all these problems happen right in the beginning of a session? What happens if you wait at least 2 sec after starting a session, without typing any commands -- do these problems still happen?

I have observed the problem in later parts of a session. In particular, after a problem occurs and I type control-L to refresh the screen completely, I have observed the problem recur in the same Emacs session. Typically the problem occurs during interactive search, when substrings are being highlighted in the text and in the minibuffer. Typically I am searching code, where keywords and suchlike are also highlighted. I assume all this highlighting is being done in the background.

All this suggests that the issue is not limited to startup. Possibly there are two issues, one at startup and one later. For example, perhaps Emacs is deducing the incorrect terminal type during startup, or perhaps my (typically Ubuntu) clients are reporting an incorrect terminal type during startup.

Your guess is probably right, except that I don't see any fiddling in the Git log, certainly not recently. So if this indeed started happening recently, there must be some other factor at work here.

I agree.





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