SUMMARY: Emacs and tcsh
On Wed, 20 Nov 1996, Neal R. Dalton wrote:
> In emacs-19.31, with in emacs shell, the ^Ms show up. In csh they don't.
> However, in csh the '*' didn't expand. Is there a fix?
As far as I know, the version of csh is broken.
> Is there a good TERM type for emacs shell, so things like passwds don't
> show up?
passwds can be fixed with:
(add-hook 'comint-output-filter-functions 'comint-watch-for-password-prompt)
The answer was in the emacs FAQ for ^M in tcsh
62: How do I get rid of the ^M junk in my shell buffer?
Try typing "M-x shell-strip-ctrl-m RET" while in shell-mode to make them
go away. If that doesn't work, you have several options:
For tcsh, put this in your `.cshrc' (or `.tcshrc') file:
if ($?EMACS) then
if ("$EMACS" == t) then
if ($?tcsh) unset edit
Or put this in your .emacs_tcsh file:
Alternatively, use csh in your shell buffers instead of tcsh. One way
(setq explicit-shell-file-name "/bin/csh")
and another is to do this in your .cshrc (or .tcshrc) file:
setenv ESHELL /bin/csh
(You must start Emacs over again with the environment variable properly
set for this to take effect.)
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