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Re: x-terminal, $TERM, key binding, etc



Once upon a time, I heard Brian May said

> While a quick and dirty work around with gnome-terminal is to swap BS
> and DEL (in the preferences dialog), this means DEL no longer works
> properly. At least BS works now though.
They both work as delete-backward-char, may be because of my keybinding :)

>     Chanop> IMO, if all the HOME and END key produce the same key
>     Chanop> sequence, we could have shell maintainer to bind these
>     Chanop> keys correctly in sysconfig file so that every new user
>     Chanop> won't be hassle about these keys
> 
> I had a feeling this was already standardized...
If every terminal type on Debian produce ^[[1~ for Home and ^[[4 for End.

> ie home and end only work in an xterm, not the linux-console or a
> gnome-terminal.
Now xterm procudes diffrent key sequence than linux-console and probably you
didn't bindkey.
BTW, I set my .Xresources so that xterm use ^[[1~ for Home and ^[[4 for End.


Chanop
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