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Re: "2004h" at the end of each prompt and "2004l" after pressing Enter on DragonFlyBSD console with zsh 5.1.1
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- From: Axel Beckert <abe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: "2004h" at the end of each prompt and "2004l" after pressing Enter on DragonFlyBSD console with zsh 5.1.1
- Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2015 01:32:24 +0200
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On Fri, Oct 09, 2015 at 04:04:52PM -0700, Bart Schaefer wrote:
> The short answer to your question is:
> unset zle_bracketed_paste
This works if I enter it manually at the shell prompt, but does
neither work in .zshrc nor in .zshenv. It though does work if I source
the according files manually afterwards. Strange. The file is read
though since the remainder of the prompt works fine.
> Congratulations, you've just disproved the assumption that all terminals
> (emulators) will consume and discard the start-of-bracketed-paste escape
> sequence even if they don't support the feature.
> Some of us were worried about that when the feature was introduced,
> but no counter-examples were forthcoming during development.
JFTR: This does not happen with bash (4.3.42) or tcsh (6.18.01) in the
> I'm guessing you're on the BSD system console?
Yes, as mentioned in the subject. The image I mentioned in my initial
mail is without X and I've just started it inside kvm and logged in on
the console there, i.e. no remote login via SSH or such.
> Any idea how we can test for support of this feature and disable it
> automatically on terminals that don't support it?
Nope. Except maybe looking how bash does it. :-)
Kind regards, Axel
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