|Subject:||Re: naive query about scsh|
|From:||RT Happe <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Thu, 26 May 2005 18:39:50 +0200|
Michael Sperber said:
roger purves writes:
2. This is the second Scheme I have tried to get working under Terminal.In each case, using the "delete' key to backspace and delete has failed to work under the Scheme prompt. (But it does work when typing in straight unix commands). Is there something wrong with Terminal?Having the Del key delete backwards is the standard Unix mapping for this key; it has nothing to do with scsh.
The problem was that scsh doesn't delete but (I believe) produces garbage characters, while tcsh behaves as expected. Does scsh try to determine the expected action from the terminfo entry of its current terminal? My speed-skimming the sources doesn't indicate so. I guess scsh starts one step down the fallback chain recommended by the Linux_Backspace/Delete_mini-HOWTO http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/BackspaceDelete/writing.html rthappe
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