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Re: emacs -nw keypad
On 5/27/2009 3:36 PM, Tim Adye wrote:
So this problem may be with tpu-edt.el as you suggested earlier.
I think that is indeed the case. I just took a closer look at
tpu-edt.el and found the following:
(let ((map (make-keymap)))
;; Previously we used escape sequences here. We now instead presume
;; that term/*.el does its job to map the escape sequence to the right
I looked at the corresponding part of tpu-edt.el in emacs 22.3, and it
is completely different. So maybe there's still a problem that
term/xterm.el isn't doing its job, but at least it's not a new problem
with emacs 23.
A possible workaround for you might be to just grab an older version of
tpu-edt.el (from the emacs 22.3 distribution, for instance) and see if
that restores the old behavior.
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