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Re: tmux entries [Was: ANN: terminfo-20150502.src.gz]

From: Leonardo Brondani Schenkel
Subject: Re: tmux entries [Was: ANN: terminfo-20150502.src.gz]
Date: Mon, 04 May 2015 16:46:59 +0200
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On 04/05/15 14:51, Nicholas Marriott wrote:
> Oh, sorry, that is APC and we do support it. I personally wouldn't add
> tmux-s, but just change it to use=screen-s.

(Sorry if this message is duplicated. My previous sending attempt seems
to have failed.)

I agree. I never fully understood the reasoning behind having separate
"*-s" entries for GNU screen. By looking at its changelog it seems that
"hardline" support was introduced in version 3.0, and 256 color support
much later, but we still have "screen-256color" and "screen-256color-s"
even though, as far as I can see, there is no implementation that
supports 256 colors but does not support setting the status line. I
wonder why two entries were created instead of just one.

> On Mon, May 04, 2015 at 01:40:20PM +0200, Leonardo Brondani Schenkel wrote:
>> On 04/05/15 08:17, Nicholas Marriott wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> On Sun, May 03, 2015 at 10:17:57PM +0200, Leonardo Brondani Schenkel wrote:
>>>> On 03/05/2015 03:25, Thomas Dickey wrote:
>>>>>   + add tmux entry, derived from screen (patch by Nicholas Marriott).
>>>> tmux has status line support as well, so it's probably a good idea to
>>>> either change the 'tmux' entry to 'use=screen-s' or add two new entries:
>>>> 'tmux-s' and 'tmux-256color-s'.
>>> tmux doesn't support the escape sequences these add.
>> That's weird; the "-s" version is supposed to add the following
>> capabilities:
>> $ infocmp screen-256color screen-256color-s
>> comparing screen-256color to screen-256color-s.
>>     comparing booleans.
>>     comparing numbers.
>>     comparing strings.
>>         dsl: NULL, '\E_\E\\'.
>>         fsl: NULL, '\E\\'.
>>         tsl: NULL, '\E_'.
>> I tested these escape sequences in tmux 1.9a and I was able to
>> manipulate the tmux status line (not the terminal status line).
>> Are we talking about the same sequences?
>> // Leonardo.
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