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Old 03-13-2009, 05:10 AM   #1
ahtoot
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Applications echo ^[[A when pressing up arrowkey


Some application e.g. Eclipse prolog, or other command line application echo "^[[A" when pressing the up arrow key. Similarly, it doesn't give expected behaviour for the other arrow keys either(^[[B, ^[[C, ^[[D).

What's happening here and how do I correct this behaviour?


[edit] Okay I fixed it, I installed rlwrap and called
Code:
rlwrap eclipse

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