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Re: bracketed paste mode in xterm and urxvt
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- From: Jesper Nygårds <jesper.nygards@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: Zsh Users <zsh-users@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: bracketed paste mode in xterm and urxvt
- Date: Wed, 3 Jun 2015 12:14:56 +0200
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OK, I see. I already use url-quote-magic for pasting urls, but I can see
the advantage of also being able to edit the paste before it's really
On Wed, Jun 3, 2015 at 12:04 PM, Yuri D'Elia <wavexx@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 06/03/2015 10:35 AM, Jesper Nygårds wrote:
> > I have a hard time figuring out how this is useful. Could you guys post
> > some examples of what you are using this function for?
> Bracketed paste is of course useful for copy/paste in the terminal.
> When pasting in a terminal, normally the shell receives the raw input,
> including newlines, quotes and the like. There's no difference between
> typing and pasting. For example, often you want to select a code snippet
> from a web page, and the page might include extra markup that breaks the
> command and/or runs it directly even when you're careful.
> Besides being dangerous, it's also annoying that you need to quote the
> pasted text manually. For example
> wget <paste url>
> will often fail if the url contains ?. You need to edit the command and
> quote it. Annoying.
> Bracketed paste is implemented by the terminal+shell: the terminal sends
> control sequences during paste that allow the shell to know that
> something is being paste as opposed to being typed. The shell can then
> act accordingly.
> In the 'safe-paste' oh-my-zsh plugin, the pasted text is not directly
> executed: the newlines are inserted as a multi-line command instead,
> which allow you to see the command before executing it instead.
> In the posted examples, you can actually chose if the pasted text should
> be literal or quoted. With quoted paste, you can pass urls and similar
> blocks of text as command arguments without having to fudge it.
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