74247Issue 183 in vim: "[[2;2R" printed in messages area on BufEnter shell command
- Nov 26, 2013Status: New
Labels: Type-Defect Priority-Medium
New issue 183 by pbris...@...: "[[2;2R" printed in messages area on
BufEnter shell command
What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Add the following to example.vimrc
" the shell command invoked doesn't matter
silent! execute '!true'
autocmd BufEnter * call RegenerateCtags()
2. Open a fresh urxvt terminal
3. vim -u example.vimrc
* What is the expected output?
Vim starts normally, with nothing showing in the messages area.
* What do you see instead?
Vim displays (what looks like) a terminal escape, "[[2;2R", in the messages
* What version of the product are you using?
VIM - Vi IMproved 7.4 (2013 Aug 10, compiled Nov 10 2013 20:26:12)
Included patches: 1-86
* On what operating system?
* Other information
Nazri Ramliy reproduced in XTerm(278) with vim 7.4.91 and also found the
offending patch via hg bisect:
$ hg log -v -r 5090
user: Bram Moolenaar <bram@...>
date: Wed Jul 03 12:45:31 2013 +0200
files: src/proto/screen.pro src/screen.c src/term.c src/version.c
updated for version 7.3.1288
Problem: The first ":echo 'hello'" command output doesn't show.
for <S-F3> gets triggered during startup.
Solution: Add debugging code for the termresponse. When receiving
entry and when setting 'ambiwidth' redraw right away if
Add redraw_asap(). Don't set 'ambiwidth' if it already had
right value. Do the 'ambiwidth' check in the second row to
confusion with <S-F3>.
I apologize if cross-posting from the mailing list is bad form. The message
seemed to get lost in the backlog and rather than "bump" it, I thought this
would be a better way to ensure it gets tracked.
bugreport.txt 47.0 KB
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