Re: keyboard... a huge BUG
Anne Baretta wrote:
> I don't think there is policy on other keys than backspace and delete.
> However, this is enough policy to keep us busy for the time being;-)
> The keyboard policy is stated in
> The important part is the part where it is stated that kdch1 in
> xterm should be ESC [ 3 ~.
> On 20 May, Luis Francisco Gonzalez wrote:
> > I am not sure there is policy on keys other than Bksp. and Del. Could you
> > point to me the relevant section? Anyway, AFA those keys go, tcsh now
> > conforms to policy.
> When has this been changed? In the snapshot I installed recently tcsh
> did need .cshrc (and Xresources in xterm) to function correctly (if I
> recall correctly, I'll check it). Can you confirm it works (=works on
> the console without using bindkey in .cshrc)?. The fact that bash works
> out of the box is hopeful, although bash too needs xterm to be
> configured correctly.
It does need the bidnkey but it is now included in the systemwide
file. The same goes for Xresources.
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