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Re: [Weechat-support] weechat-curses appears to pollute the GNU/screen s

From: FlashCode
Subject: Re: [Weechat-support] weechat-curses appears to pollute the GNU/screen status line
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2012 17:50:19 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)

On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 12:59:56PM -0400, Chris Jones wrote:
> I'm on debian squeeze and I recently upgraded to the backports version
> of weechat (0.3.8) from the stable version (0.3.2) and I noticed that
> I now have ‘weechat 0.3.8’ displayed in my GNU screen status line:
> | screen -t I $SHELL -c "weechat-curses 
> irc://diniwed:<password>@irc.freenode.net//#weechat,#debian,..."
> |
> | hardstatus alwayslastline "%{+b kw}%S%{+b kw} |... | %{-b km} (%n %t) %{+b 
> kw}| %W %=| %6` | %D %m/%d/%y %c:%s"
> Since I have quite a few screen ‘windows’, I much prefer setting the
> title to something short and significant such as a single capital
> letter.. 
> In weechat's case, I chose a capital ‘I’, so that what is displayed on
> the hardstatus line in lieu of ‘(%n %t)’ above is normally ‘5 I’.
> I thought I'd direct weechat's output to a file and I see this:
> | <bunch of terminal escape sequences>;weechat 0.3.8  .. etc.
> It _looks_ like this is what ends up in my GNU/screen status line.
> If this is the case, is there any way I could silence it..?
> I tried changing some options in weechat.conf (such as setting the
> display.version to ‘off’) to no effect.
> Next step is probably to unistall and reinstall the older version, (if
> only to confirm that that's what caused the problem..) but perhaps s/o
> has a better idea of how I should go about debugging this..?
> In the meantime, I'll try to research how exactly GNU/screen handles its
> ‘%t’ titles..
> Any clues..?
> Thanks,
> CJ

Hi Chris,

Try that to not change the title (as far as I remember, this has not
changed recently):

/set weechat.look.set_title off

(for help about option: /help weechat.look.set_title)

Cordialement / Best regards

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