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Multi-term in Emacs under Cygwin doesn't correctly identify terminal type?
- From: Duncan Bayne <dhgbayne at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2011 13:47:47 +1000
- Subject: Multi-term in Emacs under Cygwin doesn't correctly identify terminal type?
I've installed Cygwin on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. After a rebaseall,
Cygwin works nicely. However, I use multi-term in my default Emacs
setup, and multi-term doesn't seem to like Cygwin at all.
It looks as though multi-term isn't correctly identifying the terminal
type. It's writing what I think are control characters visibly in the
buffer, and simple things like clear and linefeeds don't work.
Here's what it looks like at startup:
Could someone please suggest a way of getting this working? I'm very
used to having multiple terminals available in Emacs on Linux, & would
hate to lose this functionality under Cygwin.
P.S. I've also asked this question over on SuperUser, & there's an
as-yet-unclaimed +50 bounty on it. See:
ph: +61 420 817 082?|?web: http://www.fluidscape.com/?|?skype: duncan_bayne
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