Re: pterm problems
Rob Weir wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just started using pterm, and I'm a problem. Before I report it as
> bug, I just want to check it's not something on my end, since the recent
> home/end discussion showed me just how little I know about terminal
> The home and end keys don't seem to work consistently: in vim they work
> fine, but mutt and less don't recognise them as home and end (though
> they do recognise that I pressed _something_). I'm using pterm
> 0.53-2002-10-26-1, zsh-beta 4.1.0-dev-6+cvs20021005-2, vim 6.1.206-1 and
> mutt 1.4.0-4.
> According to cat, home generates this:
> and end generates this:
> Under Eterm, they generate ^[[7~ and ^[[8~, respectively.
> $ echo $TERM
> Using the pterm.RXVTHomeEnd option doesn't seem to help either.
> So, how do I get my home and end keys to work? Is it a pterm issue or
> do I just need some terminfo-fu?
Look for a resource or menu setting to enable application cursor
keys. Make sure your terminal is VT100/102.