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Support for 'pipe process-connection-type

From: Jürgen Hötzel
Subject: Support for 'pipe process-connection-type
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2023 17:38:09 +0100


In the manual you can find on this topic 

> If a remote process, started by start-file-process, should not use a
> pseudo tty, this can be requested by setting process-connection-type to
> nil or pipe. There is still a pseudo tty for the started process, but
> some terminal properties are changed, like suppressing translation of
> carriage return characters into newline.

Several LSP servers show erratic input-processing when running under a real
terminal. For example: (Fails under
TRAMP #324)

Would it be possible to provide "native pipe processes" if the Tramp method 
supports this?

OpenSSH can disable PTY allocation using this ssh(1) flag:

     -T      Disable pseudo-terminal allocation.


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