Commit 8950769a authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus
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* net/tramp.el (tramp-open-connection-setup-interactive-shell):

Still some tuning in case of an echoing shell.
(tramp-send-command): Connection property "remote-echo" is not
persistent; cache key is the process therefore.
parent cef8032b
2007-11-19 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* net/tramp.el (tramp-open-connection-setup-interactive-shell):
Still some tuning in case of an echoing shell.
(tramp-send-command): Connection property "remote-echo" is not
persistent; cache key is the process therefore.
2007-11-19 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* replace.el (map-query-replace-regexp): Doc fix (revert part of
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......@@ -5619,31 +5619,49 @@ seconds. If not, it produces an error message with the given ERROR-ARGS."
"Set up an interactive shell.
Mainly sets the prompt and the echo correctly. PROC is the shell
process to set up. VEC specifies the connection."
;; It is useful to set the prompt in the following command because
;; some people have a setting for $PS1 which /bin/sh doesn't know
;; about and thus /bin/sh will display a strange prompt. For
;; example, if $PS1 has "${CWD}" in the value, then ksh will display
;; the current working directory but /bin/sh will display a dollar
;; sign. The following command line sets $PS1 to a sane value, and
;; works under Bourne-ish shells as well as csh-like shells. Daniel
;; Pittman reports that the unusual positioning of the single quotes
;; makes it work under `rc', too. We also unset the variable $ENV
;; because that is read by some sh implementations (eg, bash when
;; called as sh) on startup; this way, we avoid the startup file
;; clobbering $PS1. $PROMP_COMMAND is another way to set the prompt
;; in /bin/bash, it must be discarded as well.
(let ((tramp-end-of-output "$ "))
;; It is useful to set the prompt in the following command because
;; some people have a setting for $PS1 which /bin/sh doesn't know
;; about and thus /bin/sh will display a strange prompt. For
;; example, if $PS1 has "${CWD}" in the value, then ksh will
;; display the current working directory but /bin/sh will display
;; a dollar sign. The following command line sets $PS1 to a sane
;; value, and works under Bourne-ish shells as well as csh-like
;; shells. Daniel Pittman reports that the unusual positioning of
;; the single quotes makes it work under `rc', too. We also unset
;; the variable $ENV because that is read by some sh
;; implementations (eg, bash when called as sh) on startup; this
;; way, we avoid the startup file clobbering $PS1. $PROMP_COMMAND
;; is another way to set the prompt in /bin/bash, it must be
;; discarded as well.
(tramp-send-command
vec
(format
"exec env 'ENV=' 'PROMPT_COMMAND=' 'PS1=$ ' PS2='' PS3='' %s"
(tramp-get-method-parameter
(tramp-file-name-method vec) 'tramp-remote-sh))
t))
t)
;; Disable echo.
(tramp-message vec 5 "Setting up remote shell environment")
(tramp-send-command vec "stty -inlcr -echo kill '^U' erase '^H'" t)
;; Check whether the echo has really been disabled. Some
;; implementations, like busybox of embedded GNU/Linux, don't
;; support disabling.
(tramp-send-command vec "echo foo" t)
(with-current-buffer (process-buffer proc)
(goto-char (point-min))
(when (looking-at "echo foo")
(tramp-set-connection-property proc "remote-echo" t)
(tramp-message vec 5 "Remote echo still on. Ok.")
;; Make sure backspaces and their echo are enabled and no line
;; width magic interferes with them.
(tramp-send-command vec "stty icanon erase ^H cols 32767" t))))
(tramp-message vec 5 "Setting shell prompt")
;; Douglas Gray Stephens <DGrayStephens@slb.com> says that we must
;; use "\n" here, not tramp-rsh-end-of-line.
;; We can set $PS1 to `tramp-end-of-output' only when the echo has
;; been disabled. Otherwise, the echo of the command would be
;; regarded as prompt already.
(tramp-send-command
vec
(format "PROMPT_COMMAND=''; PS1='%s%s%s'; PS2=''; PS3=''"
......@@ -5651,27 +5669,6 @@ process to set up. VEC specifies the connection."
tramp-end-of-output
tramp-rsh-end-of-line)
t)
;; If the connection buffer is not empty, the remote shell is
;; echoing, and the prompt has been detected through the echoed
;; command. We must reread for the real prompt.
(with-current-buffer (process-buffer proc)
(when (> (point-max) (point-min)) (tramp-wait-for-output proc)))
;; Disable echo.
(tramp-message vec 5 "Setting up remote shell environment")
(tramp-send-command vec "stty -inlcr -echo kill '^U' erase '^H'" t)
;; Check whether the echo has really been disabled. Some
;; implementations, like busybox of embedded GNU/Linux, don't
;; support disabling.
(tramp-send-command vec "echo foo" t)
(with-current-buffer (process-buffer proc)
(goto-char (point-min))
(when (looking-at "echo foo")
(tramp-set-connection-property vec "remote-echo" t)
(tramp-message vec 5 "Remote echo still on. Ok.")
;; Make sure backspaces and their echo are enabled and no line
;; width magic interferes with them.
(tramp-send-command vec "stty icanon erase ^H cols 32767" t)))
;; Try to set up the coding system correctly.
;; CCC this can't be the right way to do it. Hm.
......@@ -6230,7 +6227,7 @@ is meant to be used from `tramp-maybe-open-connection' only. The
function waits for output unless NOOUTPUT is set."
(unless neveropen (tramp-maybe-open-connection vec))
(let ((p (tramp-get-connection-process vec)))
(when (tramp-get-connection-property vec "remote-echo" nil)
(when (tramp-get-connection-property p "remote-echo" nil)
;; We mark the command string that it can be erased in the output buffer.
(tramp-set-connection-property p "check-remote-echo" t)
(setq command (format "%s%s%s" tramp-echo-mark command tramp-echo-mark)))
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