- Please fix vim's input queue mechanism with key info structures a.la
libtermkey so that LeoNerd can fix terminal input and Gvim and
everyone will be happy. Thanks.
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- On Tue, 21 Oct 2014 20:49:40 +0200
Christian Brabandt <cblists@...> wrote:
> > In theory, yes. In practice, last time I looked xterm didn't do itpangoterm, or continue prodding at xterm until it does the right
> > quite right yet.
> > The setting is called modifyOtherKeys but the problem with is was
> > that it either modifies too little (leaving such pairs as Ctrl-a and
> > Ctrl-Shift-A indistinct), or modifies too much (using CSI u encoding
> > for a plain Ctrl-c keypress, thus meaning termios doesn't recognise
> > it and send a SIGTERM). I have re-raised this with Thomas just now;
> > I'll see if we can get to a point where it's just in the middle, and
> > therefore right.
> So what would be the preferred way to actually see those keys?
> Installing pangoterm?
Or provoke your preferred terminal's author into fixing it.
More consensus among terminals => better.
Paul "LeoNerd" Evans
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