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What can I do about this issue? I'm using

psql, inside a ssh tunnel to ubuntu, inside a M-x shell, inside a emacsclient -nw

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  • There's eshell as well, have a look at unix.stackexchange.com/questions/104325/… – A. Blizzard Jan 5 '18 at 16:02
  • And ergoemacs.org/emacs/… – A. Blizzard Jan 5 '18 at 16:03
  • @A.Blizzard eshell is not a terminal emulator either, it will produce the same, or similar, warnings as shell-mode – Tyler Jan 5 '18 at 16:35
  • Eshell indeed is a terminal emulator, fully written in LISP, what makes it a breeze to use Emacs commands like find-file or find-file-other-window to open files from the terminal. The above comment is wrong. – solr Aug 13 at 17:36
  • @solr eshell is not a fully functional terminal I meant to say. It doesn't support visual commands such as the one in this question. – Tyler Aug 13 at 19:22
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That's not an issue, it's a statement of fact. M-x shell isn't a fully functional terminal - it simply can't do what you want it to do. If you want a full terminal emulator in emacs, you have to use M-x ansi-term instead.

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  • I digress with this answer and consequently voted it down: when your workflow is interrupted like with this waning message, where you need to press an extra key to move forwards, then it turns into an annoying issue. – solr Aug 13 at 17:35
  • @solr Yes, it is annoying to use a terminal that isn't fully functional when you need a fully functional terminal. That's why you should use the fully functional ansi-term instead of limited functions of shell in this situation. What exactly are you disagreeing with? – Tyler Aug 13 at 19:19

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