|Subject:||bug#6800: 23.1; EOT / ^D inserted into comint input string|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Aug 2016 11:40:03 -0700|
Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:
>> When an input longer than 255 characters is typed into comint (or
>> shell) an EOT character (ascii 4, ^D) is inserted into the string.
>> This can cause an error depending how the sub process handles these
>> extra characters. For example, GHC doesn't like it when an EOT
>> appears inside of a string:
> I believe this bug is fixed on the Emacs trunk (to become Emacs-24), but
> the fix may introduce other problems. Apparently nobody knows how to
> fix it right and there is about as much as no documentation at all on
> this part of the behavior of ttys.
IIRC this code is no longer in Emacs. I'll close this bug.
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