Re: Bug#61792: marked as done (telnet: Can't type non-ascii chars.)
> > When I comment something in Debian, I'm not looking for a solution for
> >myself, I know -8, I can create a telnet wrapper if I like. But that's not
> >the point. The point is that applications should support more than US ASCII
> >by default, without having to remember the switch to tell each application
> >to behave properly.
> The real point is that telnet has historically not been 8 bit clean and
> it's stupid to create an incompatibility just because you are too lazy
> to add an alias or use ssh.
What a silly comment, really. Calling me lazy... What a really silly
comment.. I'm not asking for help, I can use -8 or whatever switch is
needed, I can even create my own locally compiled telnet with no problem at
all. You really don't seem to get the point.