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Re: [patch] ">xterm-277" should be "SGR"?

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  • Thomas Dickey
    ... hmm - it s my practice in issues like this to cite where the feature came from. Following your approach, s/rxvt-unicode/non-SGR/ would be consistent. --
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 29, 2013
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      On Monday, July 29, 2013 8:58:29 AM UTC-4, Ken Takata wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > There are some implementations which support SGR mouse. Xterm is not the
      > only one. So I think ">xterm-277" is confusing.
      >
      > --- a/runtime/doc/version7.txt
      > +++ b/runtime/doc/version7.txt
      > @@ -10349,8 +10349,7 @@
      > Added |v:windowid| variable containing current window number in GUI
      > Vim. (Christian J. Robinson, Lech Lorens)
      >
      > - Added rxvt-unicode and >xterm-277 mouse support. (Yiding Jia, Hayaki
      > - Saito)
      > + Added rxvt-unicode and SGR mouse support. (Yiding Jia, Hayaki Saito)
      >
      > Regards,
      > Ken Takata

      hmm - it's my practice in issues like this to cite where the feature came from. Following your approach, s/rxvt-unicode/non-SGR/ would be consistent.

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    • Bram Moolenaar
      ... I ll include it, thanks. -- I m not familiar with this proof, but I m aware of a significant following of toddlers who believe that peanut butter is the
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 29, 2013
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        Ken Takata wrote:

        > There are some implementations which support SGR mouse. Xterm is not the
        > only one. So I think ">xterm-277" is confusing.
        >
        > --- a/runtime/doc/version7.txt
        > +++ b/runtime/doc/version7.txt
        > @@ -10349,8 +10349,7 @@
        > Added |v:windowid| variable containing current window number in GUI
        > Vim. (Christian J. Robinson, Lech Lorens)
        >
        > - Added rxvt-unicode and >xterm-277 mouse support. (Yiding Jia, Hayaki
        > - Saito)
        > + Added rxvt-unicode and SGR mouse support. (Yiding Jia, Hayaki Saito)
        >
        >

        I'll include it, thanks.

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      • Bram Moolenaar
        ... If use use non-SGR and SGR mouse support, that covers everything! :-) Let s try to find a name that covers what was supported. -- Space is big. Really
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 29, 2013
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          Thomas Dickey wrote:

          > On Monday, July 29, 2013 8:58:29 AM UTC-4, Ken Takata wrote:
          > > Hi,
          > >
          > > There are some implementations which support SGR mouse. Xterm is not the
          > > only one. So I think ">xterm-277" is confusing.
          > >
          > > --- a/runtime/doc/version7.txt
          > > +++ b/runtime/doc/version7.txt
          > > @@ -10349,8 +10349,7 @@
          > > Added |v:windowid| variable containing current window number in GUI
          > > Vim. (Christian J. Robinson, Lech Lorens)
          > >
          > > - Added rxvt-unicode and >xterm-277 mouse support. (Yiding Jia, Hayaki
          > > - Saito)
          > > + Added rxvt-unicode and SGR mouse support. (Yiding Jia, Hayaki Saito)
          > >
          > > Regards,
          > > Ken Takata
          >
          > hmm - it's my practice in issues like this to cite where the feature
          > came from. Following your approach, s/rxvt-unicode/non-SGR/ would be
          > consistent.

          If use use non-SGR and SGR mouse support, that covers everything! :-)
          Let's try to find a name that covers what was supported.

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