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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6)
Description of problem:
We have an application on another unix that sends something like:
ESC [ 10 H
ESC [ 10 ; 0 H
ESC [ 10 ; H
(spaces add for clarity)
That is, it's assuming that when the second parameter is 0 (start of
line), it can leave it out entirely, including the semicolon.
xterm, konsole, the linux terminal and other programs agree that "ESC
[ Pn H" is the same as "ESC [ Pn ; H".
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run gnome-terminal
2. cat sample.problem.txt (attached)
Actual Results: Roughly:
Expected Results: foo
that is, I expect it to look the same as if step one was "run xterm"
I will attach my sample.problem.txt file as well as a screenshot of
the incorrect output and the correct output.
Created attachment 100396 [details]
Created attachment 100397 [details]
Example of the correct layout, from xterm
Created attachment 100398 [details]
example of the incorrect (buggy) layout, from gnome-terminal
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