Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 624669
dead keys doesn't work in X11 emacs when run within tmux
Last modified: 2011-06-28 10:33:08 EDT
Description of problem:
When I run emacs (GTK+ interface, either as daemon and emacsclient -c or just emacs) within tmux, with any locale or settings I know about, dead keys doesn't work there, producing just errors like "<dead-acute> is undefined". This problem doesn't happen in any other settings (with screen, just ordinary vt, …), but I don't know what tmux does that make this happen. Console emacs (emacs -nw) works just fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Run tmux, emacs in it, try to use some dead keys.
Does it happen with tmux 1.4 or CVS HEAD?
If so, then kill tmux, run tmux -vvvv, hit a few dead keys, kill tmux and paste the logs here.
Created attachment 471986 [details]
I got this, but I'm not sure if it makes any sense. In fact, while I'm sure that I was able to reproduce this back then, now, i'm back to the behavior where dead keys within emacs doesn't work at all, no matter what (except emacs -nw). I've even tried to compile my own emacs with lucid toolkit instead of gtk.
Of course, the main difference is that I've upgraded to f14 since. I don't have any f13 machine left to try it there.
Show me the output of "tmux info" with tmux running, and "env" inside and outside tmux please.
If you run emacs with "TERM=xterm emacs" inside tmux does it work?
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