Re: MGT and vttest

> > > The 1.x looks ok - but from a quick check, there are still several problems.
> > > Just a quick outline:
> > > 	In 5.x, the numeric keypad doesn't act as expected.
> > what do you mean by '...doesn't work as expected'?
> > here works fine and exactly the same way xterm does...
> > what's your system? maybe some specific problem with that?
> possibly, but what I see is the PC-style arrow-keys, no VT100-compatible
> stuff.  I built it on Debian unstable.
> > >
> > > 	6.x, terminal reports should do at least either 6.6 or 6.7 (preferably
> > > 	both).  If it's vt102, then 6.7 is expected.  (Not useful, but...)
I just added such reports 

> >
> > > 	The terminal doesn't seem to have any way to set vt220 mode.  So I
> > > 	can't check the function-keys in 5.x or the character-set stuff
> >
> > "Sorry, a real VT100 terminal doesn't have function keys"
is it worth adding VT220 8 bit emulation? what's your

> that's because it doesn't identify as a vt220.  Compare with xterm using
> the "-ti 200" option.  That tells it to run on some vt220-functionality
> (including the DA responses) which is not VT100-compatible.  Menu 12 can
> then select different levels including VT100.
with -ti 200 option I can do 5.7 test but about
numeric keypad (test 5.5) xterm still works as MGT
so what's wrong?

  Cristiano De Michele,
  Department of Physics,
  University "Federico II" of Naples

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