isn't xterm the 'de facto' standard? it would seem to me that any options
xterm understands ought to be supported by x-terminal-emulator. If
a certain terminal emulater is not xterm compatible, it would be trivial to
provide an 'xterm compatibility wrapper', and have x-terminal-emulator point
On Mon, Oct 30, 2000 at 04:56:49PM -0800, Marc Martinez wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 30, 2000 at 07:17:21PM -0500, Branden Robinson wrote:
> > Can someone help me establish whether the existing X terminal emulators in
> > Debian do in fact support all those options? If so, then it should be
> > straightforward to make this requirement part of policy.
> > To try to answer your question, my guess is that most, but not all,
> > terminal emulators support these flags.
> rxvt's man page lists '-title' as the preferred switch, but also mentions
> that -T is supported as well for compatibility. of the rxvt derivatives I
> only have wterm installed presently, and while its manpage does not mention
> the -T compatibility switch it does indeed honour it just like -title.
> both programs support -e as well. I'll let somebody else more familiar with
> the others fill in the blanks (aterm, eterm, xvt, etc).
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