On Tuesday 28 August 2001 1:23 pm, Carey Evans wrote:
> Martin Rowe <martin@dbg400.net> writes:
> > Speaking of
> > which, the keymap for End (and a few others) is missing from both 0.16.2
> > and 0.17.x cvs. I add the following to my /usr/local/share/tn5250/XTerm
> > (disappeared from cvs at some point).
> >
> >         <Key>BackSpace: string("\177") \n\
> >         <Key>End: string("\033[4~") \n\
> >         <Key>Home: string("\033[1~") \n\
> This shouldn't really be necessary if your distribution has xterm
> generating the same keys in application mode as the terminfo
> definition for xterm has.
> For example, if your xterm generates ^H when you press BackSpace, but
> terminfo says kbs=\177, one of them is wrong.  You should file a bug,
> unless you're using Debian, when you should have a good read of all
> the other bug reports like this against "xterm".
> Which distribution are you using?

The best of course - Debian (sid) ;-)

As far as the XTerm entries above go, I just noticed a while back that Home &
End had stopped working, and copied the lines in from an earlier version.
BackSpace happened to be one of the others that was no longer there, so I put
that in too. It (backspace) works as expected in all the terms I use - aterm
by preference, but it's fine in a standard xterm too. Home and End don't
(currently) do anything in xterm, other than generate an annoyed bleep ;)

Regards, Martin
martin@dbg400.net / jamaro@firstlinux.net
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