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Old 03-20-2009, 07:28 AM   #1
skibud2
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Running Python shell on remote machine via Emacs = Mangled text


Here is what I am doing:
1) Launching emacs and running eshell or shell with the editor
2) SSH'ing to a remove machine
3) Running the Python interactive shell

I am finding that the output of the shell is mangled as if the terminal settings are wrong.

For example:

>>> import foo
^[[?1I^[>[[?h^[=^[[1A
>>

Any ideas?

I tried export TERM=vt100

Thanks,

Mike
 
  


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