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RE: problem resizing tunneled xterm
- From: "Kris Thielemans" <kris dot thielemans at csc dot mrc dot ac dot uk>
- To: <cygwin-xfree at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 11:34:30 +0100
- Subject: RE: problem resizing tunneled xterm
- Reply-to: cygwin-xfree at cygwin dot com
further on this.
I now have the same behaviour on a local xterm (on an XP SP1 machine running
xorg Xwin 18.104.22.168-8, rest is latest cygwin). The funny thing is that it
happens in one xterm only, and I cannot reproduce it in others... In fact, I
don't think I resized that xterm yet (started it with xterm -ls -sl 3000 -sb
by the way).
> > I run a remote xterm via
> > ssh -Y mydebianlinuxsystem xterm </dev/null&
> > this works perfectly fine, except when I resize the window (in
> > make it wider). It seems that xterm/bash doesn't pick up the new size
> > properly. Although output now does fill the new size, I have
> trouble with
> > command recall in bash. Pressing uparrow to get to a long
> command line (i.e.
> > longer than the size of the original window), results in
> garbled display.
> > The line displays truncated at its original size with bits at
> the start and
> > end missing. Pressing left-arrow etc results in lots of fun
> effects. Ctrl-L
> > does display the whole line, but with line breaks at the original width.
> > Note that for local xterms, this problem does not exist.