Re: Control-backslash doesn't work on console in MC

"Yury V. Zaytsev" <yury shurup com> writes:

On Sun, 2011-05-01 at 08:24 +0200, Csanyi Pal wrote: 
Andrew Borodin <aborodin-Fc3hKxfcIzw public gmane org> writes:

On Sat, 30 Apr 2011 12:36:34 +0200 Csanyi Pal wrote:
I expect that Ctrl+AltGr+Q should gives the Control-backslash,
that is the directory hotlist.

Please run cat, press Ctrl+AltGr+Q and show the result here.

$ cat

That's weird because it does what it should. I wonder if this doesn't
work because AltGr is implicated, i.e. Alt state is read from X and
returns pressed, so it doesn't show the hotlist, because it thinks
that it's a different binding... 

I haven't installed X Window System yet on my operating system.

Here is how MC behave when I press the '-' character that is on the
place on the keyboard where '\' character stand on an English keyboard:
it gives to me the 'Unselect a group of files' dialog. The same dialog
can I get pressing AltGr+Q.

On the other hand when I get first the '|' character pressing AltGr+W in 
MC then after that I can get '\' in MC by pressing AltGr+Q:

Here is a part of MC pasted:
Tipp: Ha lÃtni szeretnà a .* rejtett fÃjlokat, ÃllÃtsa be az
AlapbeÃllÃtÃsoknÃl csanyipal cspdebsid:~$ |\\\\\\\\
[^] 1SÃgà   2Menà   3MegnÃz 4Szerk. 5MÃsol 

Otherwise if it's not X, I can't see how it can mess thing up assuming
that the right codes are returned. Any chance of rebuilding --without-x?

I could try to download mc source and build it here on Debian wheezy/sid
with this option.

Best Regards,

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