ansi-escape


NodeJS RTF ANSI Find and Replace Words With Special Chars

六眼飞鱼酱① 提交于 2020-01-25 11:09:05
问题 I have a find and replace script that works no problem when the words don't have any special characters. However, there will be a lot of times where there will be special characters since it's finding names. As of now this is breaking the script. The script looks for {<some-text>} and attempts to replace the contents (as well as remove the braces). Example: text.rtf Here's a name with special char {Kotouč} script.ts import * as fs from "fs"; // Ingest the rtf file. const content: string = fs

How to send escape sequences from within Vim?

无人久伴 提交于 2020-01-22 15:20:20
问题 So recently Apple have included support for displaying the working directory and file in the status bar of Terminal. The escape sequence that must be sent (to set the current file) is this: ESC ] 6 ; Pt BEL where Pt is a file:// url pointing to the file currently being edited. So I figured I could get Vim to send this command as an escape sequence, but I'm having a bit of trouble. I have this so far: au BufNewFile,BufReadPost,BufFilePost,BufWritePost * echo <escape sequence> but I have a

Enable terminal emulation in PyCharm

独自空忆成欢 提交于 2020-01-14 19:52:07
问题 Many people have told me and the PyCharm Release Notes for PyCharm 2.7 touts that PyCharm includes full terminal emulation (I assume this is talking about handling of ANSI escape codes for styling and cursor movement) but I can't seem to find out how to enable this. I've enabled the Terminal plugin but when I try to run or debug a python application which makes use of these escape codes, they are just displayed raw in the console: How can I enable the terminal emulation in PyCharm's debugger?

How is Esc,Alt,Ctrl and arrow keys encoded in ssh/shell

匆匆过客 提交于 2020-01-13 06:59:08
问题 I am making a SSH client for a special device which does not have a all keys on it's keyboard, my question is how is the Esc,Alt,Ctrl and arrow keys encoded in the string sent to the shell? is it just '\033'? I know how the Enter key behaves, it gives an ^M, from here But when i press Ctrl + v and then Ctrl nothing appears, when i press Ctrl + v and then Ctrl + c in the teminal i get: ^C , so is Ctrl just ^ ? But what about alt Further more i found: left ^[[D right ^[[C up ^[[A down ^[[B can

How do I start a shell without terminal emulation in Python Paramiko?

ⅰ亾dé卋堺 提交于 2020-01-10 04:35:12
问题 Is there a way to start a shell without terminal emulation in Python Paramiko? I have tried using exec_command but I really need an interactive shell. Using invoke_shell() I get a terminal and can issue commands, but from Windows 10 OpenSSH server I get an output with ANSI escape sequences, including H code, which is not easy to process to plain text. Refer to Decoding data from WIN10 ssh server (response of paramiko recv()). 回答1: Paramiko SSHClient.invoke_shell opens "shell" SSH channel.

Discovering remote Terminal for Terminal Escape Codes? (DECDHL in this case)

送分小仙女□ 提交于 2020-01-06 16:22:28
问题 I am trying to determine WHAT console I am running in. (Exceptionally hard based on the research I have done so far.) The latest feature that I discovered that would be useful is Double High, Double Wide for a couple of scenarios. The setup is a Kubuntu 15.04 machine with native (lower) and remote access via Terminal.app on OS X 10.10.4. Based on vt100.net Apple is doing the right thing. #!/bin/bash # Cool effect with OS X Terminal.app # Not as much on others (Like Konsole) function embiggen(

Discovering remote Terminal for Terminal Escape Codes? (DECDHL in this case)

本小妞迷上赌 提交于 2020-01-06 16:20:58
问题 I am trying to determine WHAT console I am running in. (Exceptionally hard based on the research I have done so far.) The latest feature that I discovered that would be useful is Double High, Double Wide for a couple of scenarios. The setup is a Kubuntu 15.04 machine with native (lower) and remote access via Terminal.app on OS X 10.10.4. Based on vt100.net Apple is doing the right thing. #!/bin/bash # Cool effect with OS X Terminal.app # Not as much on others (Like Konsole) function embiggen(

ANSI escape sequence save/restore cursor position support

喜你入骨 提交于 2020-01-03 18:15:47
问题 Are there any known terminals which support the ANSI escape sequences for cursor keys up, down, forward and back: CSI n A Cursor Up CSI n B Cursor Down CSI n C Cursor Forward CSI n D Cursor Back but don't support the save-cursor-position and restore-cursor-position escape sequences? CSI s Save Cursor Position CSI u Restore Cursor Position 回答1: A genuine VT100 (or VT220 for that matter) did not recognize these control sequences for save/restore cursor position. They use (as noted in xterm's

tmux man-page search highlighting

别来无恙 提交于 2019-12-29 16:28:08
问题 When I search in, for example, man ls while in a tmux session, the search strings don't appear highlighted - the page jumps down so that the search string is on the top line of the buffer, as expected, but it's not highlighted. Doing the same thing in the same shell while not in a tmux session results in highlighted search strings. I have no idea where to start looking to solve this. Any hints are appreciated. 回答1: Based on Less Colors For Man Pages by Gen2ly , here is my man page and how to

Reading the Device Status Report ANSI escape sequence reply

拟墨画扇 提交于 2019-12-29 07:35:15
问题 I'm trying to retrieve the coordinates of cursor in a VT100 terminal using the following code: void getCursor(int* x, int* y) { printf("\033[6n"); scanf("\033[%d;%dR", x, y); } I'm using the following ANSI escape sequence: Device Status Report - ESC[6n Reports the cursor position to the application as (as though typed at the keyboard) ESC[n;mR, where n is the row and m is the column. The code compiles and the ANSI sequence is sent, but, upon receiving it, the terminal prints the ^[[x;yR

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