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Re: [multi-tty] Odd regression in vcursor mode in terminal

From: Dan Nicolaescu
Subject: Re: [multi-tty] Odd regression in vcursor mode in terminal
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 17:44:00 -0700

csant <address@hidden> writes:

  > Taking the freedom to report bugs specific to the multi-tty branch
  > directly to the emacs-devel list  -  I noticed an odd regression with
  > vcursor in the multi-tty branch .  I have managed to boil it down to
  > this  snippet from my ~/.emacs :
  >     (setq vcursor-key-bindings 't)
  >     (load "vcursor")
  >     (xterm-mouse-mode 1)
  > When loading this in ~/.emacs on a startup with
  >     $ ./src/emacs -nw
  > of a fresh compile of a checkout of the multi-tty branch, C-S-up
  > produces  the character `A' instead of vcursor-previous-line
  > . However, when starting
  >     $ ./src/emacs -Q -nw
  > and then finding that file and doing a `M-x eval-last-sexp' on each of
  > the  three items above, everything works as expected .  Also running
  > in X gives  no problems .

Thank you for your bug report. 

If you replace function-key-map with local-function-key-map in this line in 
(define-key function-key-map "\e[M" 'xterm-mouse-translate)

and then recompile the file and restart emacs things should work. 

But I am not convinced that this is an absolutely correct fix, so I
did not check it in. 

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