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71770Re: Regression: After startup, first message output is swallowed.

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  • Ingo Karkat
    Jul 3, 2013
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      On 02-Jul-2013 23:16 +0200, Bram Moolenaar wrote:

      > Hirohito Higashi wrote:
      >
      >> Hi, Manuel and Vimmers.
      >>
      >> 2013/7/3(Wed) 0:27:51 UTC+9 Manuel Ortega:
      >>> On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 3:44 AM, Kazunobu Kuriyama <kazunobu...@...> wrote:
      >>>
      >>>
      >>> That said, the vim shipped with MacOS X 10.8.4, the version of which
      >>> is 7.3 and looks no patch applied, not linked against X11, works
      >>> well. This suggests that the early patch-levels of 7.3 are free
      >>> from this particular bug.
      >>>
      >>> Did my earlier message not go through? I bisected. The offending
      >>> commit is 7.3.859. 7.3.858 is just fine on OSX 10.8.4.
      >>>
      >>> I see this in iTerm.app with xterm-256color, and in Terminal.app
      >>> with xterm-256color.
      >>>
      >>> If I switch it to "xterm" or "xterm-16color", the bug goes away.
      >>> If I switch it to "xterm-color" the bug reappears.
      >>>
      >>> -Manny
      >>
      >> Thank you for your investigation.
      >>
      >> My investigation result:
      >> I reproduced.
      >> 7.3.1287 on fedora 17 via PuTTY(term=putty-256color).
      >>
      >> If may_req_ambiguous_character_width() function call is commented, then This regression is not occurred.
      >> (main.c: 815)
      >
      > I can reproduce it even when the may_req_ambiguous_character_width()
      > stuff is skipped. That's when using an xterm and t_Co is different from
      > the expected value, causing a redraw.
      >
      > I'm working on a patch, but it's grown a bit large...

      I can confirm that patch 7.3.1288 fixes the redraw for me. Thanks!

      -- regards, ingo

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