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- Feb 26 2013, 2:03 AM (418 w, 40 m)
Mon, Feb 8
This is the kind of issues I get from time to time: https://fau.re/foo/gdb_d12059.txt
It's been more than a year that I'm running that patch on my home computer without any issue.
Jan 27 2021
Do you see the issue even if you don't resize the terminal?
Nov 14 2020
Oct 27 2020
Closed by 7d4bd31e9db87ed62405ce7c2e0746769540c51d
Oct 17 2020
Oct 15 2020
Damn, you're right.
I'm sorry about that.
Oct 2 2020
If there are only one split, you could do something like that: https://youtu.be/rHsck-Lv6Zg?t=85
Sep 7 2020
Aug 10 2020
Jul 31 2020
- elm_config: use correct type
Jul 19 2020
Jul 5 2020
Jun 24 2020
I'm sorry that the commits are done as if they were done by me.
I have to learn how to use arcanist better.
Jun 21 2020
Jun 12 2020
May 16 2020
May 15 2020
With tabs shown, the issue does not occur.
May 14 2020
Your terminology 1.6.0 is probably linked with an other version of efl, one that was compiled when epoll-shim wasn't installed.
There are some changes in src/bin/termpty.c but I don't see why it should fail.
Would it be possible for you to compile terminology 1.6.0 with the same efl version?
If you create a new terminal from the menu, is it better?
What if you focus/unfocus the window?
May 7 2020
No update in more than a year
May 5 2020
Should be fixed by 38e4935427939d21f9c545935e3a0e2ffa674a0b
May 2 2020
Apr 28 2020
It's only on debug, for development purpose. As such, this is not blocker to the release.
Apr 26 2020
Are you using terminology from git? Because there was a bug and pasting stuff might not have worked as expected. It was fixed in
Apr 25 2020
Apr 20 2020
I was expecting something like using the picture from the root window of the wm and just use that as background.
I'm using feh to set the background picture.
The line set termguicolors makes vim use truecolor escape sequences.
Terminology uses color approximation in that case and that's the reason it uses that dark color for the background.
I've blogged a bit about it in https://fau.re/blog/20180313_terminology_encircled.html .
If the background was #073642, you'd have more luck.
I do agree with you. It's been broken on too many stable releases to be considered a broken on that one.
It still does not work for me outside e.
I couldn't find a release of efl, with a meson build, that had this to be working.
Apr 18 2020
Apr 7 2020
And you're using the default theme in Terminology, right?
There's something we've not tried: have you set Set TERM to xterm-256color in Settings → Behavior? Should be the default.
Could you please point me to the exact colorscheme your using and/or minimal vimrc you tested?
things in my .vimrc that could be relevant:
set t_Co=256 set background=light "set background=dark "let g:solarized_termcolors=256 colorscheme PaperColor hi Search ctermbg=LightBlue hi Search ctermfg=White
Since you're on ubuntu, could you try that: https://snapcraft.io/terminology ? and tell me if it's better?
Which version of terminology are you using?
Apr 5 2020
It's working for me on Enlightenment v1.22.0 on X. I'm using efl and terminology on their respective master branch.
Feb 9 2020
Feb 5 2020
This is with the snap version of Terminology.
I'm aware of that issue but I don't know yet how to fix it.
Jan 29 2020
I should have pushed a fix last night.
Was it like that : https://twitter.com/m0rb/status/1221927857389215746?s=19 ?
Should be fixed in bee2482fe76ab5a9fd3b35f36cdd36c919e8c860
Could you please test?
Jan 16 2020
I'm working on tab management and splits at the moment. It should be nice for Terminology 1.7 but I won't add yet support for what you ask.
So far tabs are like that and the fact that tabs are integrated with the underlying terminal makes it not easy to put splits in there.
For example, the background of a terminal goes "into" the tab.
Jan 13 2020
I think this has been fixed.
Jan 2 2020
Removing the include should be enough
Jan 1 2020
Dec 17 2019
I'm not using wayland myself. Could you get us a core dump of Terminology
when it crashes? Do you have the same behaviour with an other efl
application like elementary_config?
Dec 5 2019
If you ever find a way, please reopen.
Dec 4 2019
Dec 2 2019
Nov 14 2019
Nov 4 2019
So, I did give your thoughts a chance and a bit of hacking (See https://github.com/billiob/terminology/commit/3892e3eb87be33809f0df5d64a167aca8b9ebaa5 ).
I won't finish that as I consider it to be too difficult/impossible to do it correctly.
1/ It is not writing to the terminal's fd as that would create a security issue.
2/ It is only writing text to the terminal, but that might create issues because it moves the cursor and writes stuff that the application underneath does not know about.
Oct 28 2019
Ok, I understood what is going on!
When you run xdg-open in your shell, it spawns more that write to its standard output… your shell.
When Terminology starts xdg-open, it's not spawning it inside the shell (and it can't do it), but as a child. When `more' write to its standard output, it writes to Terminology's output (they use the same file descriptor), which is actually printed by the parent program: the shell that started Terminology.
Your bug report is great! Thanks.
I can reproduce your issue but I don't know how to fix it yet.
Oct 27 2019
Oct 10 2019
Let's close it :)
Oct 9 2019
bash sets the title on each prompt. You'd see it easily with echo -ne "\033]0;Foo Bar\007"; sleep 5.
Terminology does not print back the title due to security issues it would introduce.
I've tested with 1.3.2 and it still works with zsh, but not with bash!
With the git version, it does work for me.
When set by the tooltip, it won't be changed by the escape sequence.
I'm wondering if your shell is not acting behind your back and setting it back to some other value.
Have you tried doing it through an other shell?
Which version of Terminology are you using?