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Hacking TELNET (Terminal Emulator) - Meta-key-p
Date: 1 Feb 90 03:58:41 GMT
From: email@example.com (Eric A. Raymond)
Are there any hacks that people have developed for TELNET?
One thing that I'd like to do is use the LISPM <meta> key. Does
anyone have a hack/tercap combo which works?
In 8.0, when the terminal program is emulating an ASCII terminal meta
characters are sent as <Escape> followed by the corresponding character.
This is compatible with several programs, most specifically GNU-Emacs.
Here's a little hack that automagically defaults my terminal simulator
type to a VT100:
(setf (cadr (assoc 'otherwise TELNET:*HOST-DEFAULT-TERMINAL-SIMULATORS*))
Each cons in TELNET:*HOST-DEFAULT-TERMINAL-SIMULATORS* is of the form
(host-os default-simulator-type), where host-os is the "System Type*"
attribute of the host in the namespace (I think).
Eric A. Raymond (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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