Problem with cygwin bash/emacs

Jul 25, 2008
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#1
I am running TCM 9.0 and open cygwin/bash command shells in the tabs. For some reason, emacs does not seem to get ctrl-space characters correctly (ASCII 0). When I run bash in its own regular cygwin window, it works fine, as it does when I use PuTTY to remote to another machine (SSH connection).

I checked the TCM options but can't find anything I should set.

Any ideas?

Thanks, Ralph
 
#2
There is a check box for left and right
Ctrl and shift keys if you are running tcmd -- these may help

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On Jul 25, 2008, at 17:16, grkuntzmd <> wrote:


> I am running TCM 9.0 and open cygwin/bash command shells in the
> tabs. For some reason, emacs does not seem to get ctrl-space
> characters correctly (ASCII 0). When I run bash in its own regular
> cygwin window, it works fine, as it does when I use PuTTY to remote
> to another machine (SSH connection).
>
> I checked the TCM options but can't find anything I should set.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks, Ralph
>
>
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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#3
grkuntzmd wrote:

> I am running TCM 9.0 and open cygwin/bash command shells in the tabs.
> For some reason, emacs does not seem to get ctrl-space characters
> correctly (ASCII 0). When I run bash in its own regular cygwin window,
> it works fine, as it does when I use PuTTY to remote to another machine
> (SSH connection).
>
> I checked the TCM options but can't find anything I should set.
Go to Options / Configure Take Command / Tabs and specify which keys you
want to send to Take Command versus the apps in the tab windows.

Rex Conn
JP Software