Subject: Re: Funny stair-casing of text in -current
To: Scott Reynolds <scottr@Plexus.COM>
From: Brian de Alwis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/02/1996 11:26:25
[rz/sz causes stair-casing of text when invoked from a newer tip]
> That older version of rz/sz doesn't do termios, I'm sure. Since the old
> tip didn't, either, it wasn't a problem. If you have source, you should
> find it and recompile, making sure that it uses POSIX termios for
> handling tty's.
But the same rz/sz causes no problems when used with my old
tip binary under otherwise identical conditions!
> > I also see identical stair-casing with GNU smalltalk 1.1.1 with the
> > readline library too.
> This is another case of the same. For some reason, the readline
> configure script doesn't properly tweak things so that termios is used.
> I had fixed this, once, but promptly lost my changes and never got the
> motivation to fix it again.
Right - it uses termio instead, which should still work.
Maybe this is related to this message:
From: Jim Rees <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 1996 16:33:50 -0500
Subject: lost OPOST
If I call ioctl(TIOCGETP) on a tty followed by a ioctl(TIOCSETP), the OPOST
bit gets turned off. I'm told there is a fix for this but I can't find it
in the bugs database. Can someone point me to it?
Brian de Alwis - Fourth Year CS student at the University of Waterloo
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