On Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 10:05:29AM -0600, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> In message: <20060831144630.GC56996@rambler-co.ru>
> Ruslan Ermilov <email@example.com> writes:
> : Recently, I've found several bugs in tip(1). I started fixing them,
> : but then I looked at the OpenBSD, and they seemed to have all been
> : fixed. New import brings some visible new bugs (when compiled with
> : WARNS=2 for example). I'm going to address them as well and send
> : patches back to OpenBSD (as well as changes made to manpages).
> /me too.
> btw, do you think it is finally time to change ^A to not mean 'go into
> all upper case mode' by default in tip?
That may explain the "problem" Olivier was having. :-)
I don't use tip(1), I mostly use cu(1) by tradition, so I don't
have this problem (and I use screen(1) a lot, so ^A is occupied).
I think this needs to be changed, indeed. I think the default
should be something not actually typeable, maybe ^@ ('\0') if
it turns to work. Feel free to patch it. :-)