Questions tagged [term]

is for the Emacs text terminal emulator, which by default runs in a sub-shell in a buffer named `*terminal*` with `term-mode`. `M-x term` command starts a terminal.

Filter by
Sorted by
Tagged with
1
vote
1answer
94 views

previous-line function in term-char-mode

Since emacs 26.1 (changeset 8a1576cc03) I can't do M-x previous-line in term-char-mode. The cursor always returns to prompt line. On the other side, if I use the mouse or M-x scroll-down the cursor ...
2
votes
1answer
45 views

Emacs term in character mode still catching my keymap

I have the following code in my init.el (defun my-foo (arg) (interactive "^p") (message "We got hit") ) (defvar my-mode-map (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap))) (define-key map (kbd "C-r") '...
0
votes
1answer
119 views

How can I get working motion keys with `emacs -nw`?

when I start Emacs without windowing system (-nw), the motion keys are not working. Instead, I get (parts of) the escape sequences, like: ;; This buffer is for text that is not saved, and for Lisp ...
3
votes
0answers
147 views

Switch between term and shell keeping directory

I am a beginner user of emacs so please answer being aware of this. I use dired to connect to a remote computer and navigate directories. I sometimes want to go to a shell or terminal on the remote ...
2
votes
1answer
264 views

PS1 under term and shell doesn't match system

I find under both shells and terms in Emacs my prompt does not appear as I would expect based on my $PS1 appears as... # Shell under Emacs ]0;slackline@583.datascience.work.com: /home/slackline@samba....
0
votes
1answer
154 views

Launch term in command-line-default-directory

Currently, I have following key binding defined in my init.el: (global-set-key (kbd "C-c C-SPC") (lambda() (interactive) (term (getenv "SHELL"))...
2
votes
1answer
319 views

Nano not displaying correctly in term and ansi-term

Nano is displayed incorrectly in emacs when using term or ansi-term. This is what nano is supposed to look like (run in an ordinary terminal emulator): This is nano as run from ansi-term: In the ...
0
votes
0answers
305 views

Fixing Evil inside Emacs terminal mode

I use Evil mode inside Emacs to emulate vim-style editing. In the Xwindows based graphical user interface of Emacs on Ubuntu 16.04, Evil mode works perfectly. When I launch emacs in terminal mode ...
0
votes
0answers
60 views

Spacemacs terminal emulator share history with zsh

In plain vanilla emacs, I can M-x term RET RET. This starts zsh. And it 'shares' history with my non-emacs terminals. So, I can ESC / and search for commands, etc. How do I achieve that for ...
3
votes
3answers
9k views

How can I compile and run my C code from within Emacs like I would with the terminal?

I recently moved from Code::Blocks to Emacs to write C code. The one thing I don't like (because it takes too much time and effort for a simple and repetitive task) is the fact that I can't compile/...
1
vote
0answers
471 views

Powerline rendering in EMACS

The rendering of term command in emacs runs my zsh shell but doesn't render it properly. Can anyone direct me to a fix? This is how it should look:
0
votes
1answer
544 views

Can not activate a virtual environment in emacs, but can through the usual shell

I created a virtual environment that I can activate used a command line from Terminal (Ubuntu): source/bin activate I did what follows to achieve the same on emacs: M-! then source/bin activate ...
3
votes
2answers
515 views

C-x in terminal

In M-x term, how can I make C-x do what it does in line mode in char mode also? I know that C-c is one answer here but (a) that's not good enough for me and (b) I'm using emacs so there has to be a ...
3
votes
1answer
67 views

completion for .bash_history

I am considering implementing an ivy-powered bash_history greper for term-mode, but before I do I wanted to know if this has already been done, by some fancy company-bashhistory package or whatever. ...
2
votes
1answer
127 views

emacs 27.0.50 term.el doesn't play well with zsh

I used to compile emacs from the master branch every month or so and looks like there has been a lot of changes to term.el (move to lexical binding) and when I open term or ansi-term there is always a ...
4
votes
1answer
749 views

Why does emacs (getenv "TERM") return incorrect data?

I'm running Emacs 25.2.2 on Ubuntu 17.10. Although my environment has TERM=xterm-256color, (getenv "TERM") returns dumb, which is incorrect. Why does (getenv "TERM") return an incorrect value?
1
vote
1answer
345 views

How to turn off line wrap when opening from terminal

I'm trying to open a file from terminal and ensure that line-wrap will be off. I'm trying the following code, but it won't work emacs --no-window-system --eval '(setq truncate-lines 1)' file I don't ...
2
votes
1answer
325 views

Speed (timing) considerations in Emacs terminal emulators

I found emacs terminal emulator (M-x term) to be very convenient. However, it is essential for me to time certain portions of my code accurately (in order to compare speed of different algorithms ...
2
votes
1answer
674 views

How to avoid term turn line wrap into line break for long output

When the output in term is longer than the frame it will wrap the line. But when I copy and paste the output, I found the output will break under the wrap point, because it treat it as line break. How ...
0
votes
0answers
123 views

multi-term: after ssh to a remote server, the prompt messed up

The expected prompt is /home/oracle, but it's something like \342\236\234. What need to do to get it show the right folder name?
1
vote
1answer
1k views

How to remap shift-arrow in term-mode?

Is there a way to map Shift-left or other arrow keys to custom functions in term-char-mode? I tried, but without luck: (define-key term-mode-map [s-left] 'sandric/term-switch-line-mode) Entering ...
0
votes
0answers
238 views

term without line numbers and highlight for current line

I have the following settings in ~/.emacs: (setq linum-relative-current-symbol "") (linum-mode) (linum-relative-global-mode) (global-hl-line-mode t) In order to supress both these features in ...
1
vote
0answers
28 views

how to achieve the behavior of :silent !a.out in vim

I am on terminal. I'd like to invoke a ncurses based program a.out. In vim, I do :silent !a.out, which will directly show a.out. In emacs, the closest thing I can do is (suspend-emacs "a.out"). ...
0
votes
1answer
154 views

How to properly display script shell command output

I wish to be able to open current shell output in emacs, for that I use script command that logs all the output into file typescript. The problem is that it consist also with terminal codes for colors ...
8
votes
4answers
6k views

Is it possible to use Bash for Windows as the term in Emacs for Windows

When I run M-x term on the Windows version of Emacs, I am prompted to run C:/Program Files/emacs/libexec/emacs/25.1/x86_64-w64-mingw32/cmdproxy.exe New versions of Windows 10 have the Linux subsystem ...
7
votes
2answers
5k views

How to remap backward-delete and help command while using Emacs from a terminal emulator?

I was using Emacs on CentOS 7 from the MobaXterm terminal on Windows 7, but the backspace key instead of backward-deleting a character invokes the prefix command C-h. According to EmacsWiki, I tried ...
2
votes
2answers
566 views

Running a command in term from eshell with arguments

Basically I want to run watch from eshell. Simply running watch date (for example) doesn't work (only the first header line is displayed). Apparently I should run it with term or ansi-term but these ...
4
votes
1answer
309 views

(How) can I emulate {eshell,comint}-output-filter-functions in term?

What I want to do from inside a term shell is have a function called when there is new output or a certain regexp (e.g. a prompt) appears in in a term's output. The callback function should then be ...
3
votes
1answer
123 views

Saving raw ANSI escape codes in M-x shell, M-x eshell, or M-x term

Each of M-x shell, M-x eshell, and M-x term in Emacs lets me save the buffer to a text file. But the terminal colors are not saved. How do I save the raw ANSI escape sequences too?
2
votes
0answers
195 views

ANSI TERM via `M-x TERM`: How to change line highlighting color?

How do you change the line-highlighting color in an ANSI-TERM?: I am using PDB++'s sticky mode for Python debugging. This is how to appears on a regular terminal (lubuntu 17.04): Notice the word ...
1
vote
1answer
206 views

Custom title format in iTerm2 / Terminal

I've been looking all over but none of the guides I saw worked for me. I am trying to have the title of Spacemacs to show a custom format, namely the current project's name (the current folder's name)...
1
vote
1answer
330 views

utf-8 characters with eshell, eshell-visual-subcommands, and git

Using the configuration (eval-after-load "em-term" '(progn (add-to-list 'eshell-visual-subcommands '("git" "diff" "help" "log" "show")) (add-to-list 'eshell-visual-options '("git" "--help"...
1
vote
1answer
714 views

Open a frame for emacs instance via terminal?

Say I have emacs open on one screen and on another I'm working in terminal. I see a file I want to open in emacs. Is there a quick way I could do something like emacs myfile and have a new frame, but ...
8
votes
0answers
304 views

Rename buffer in Ibuffer

A buffer can be renamed with rename-buffer command. Is it possible to rename buffers from IBuffer? A use case is to rename a bunch of Term buffers from Ibuffer. The default name for Term buffers is *...
4
votes
3answers
977 views

How do I page when "ESC - (1 of n) [C-h paging/help]" shows in the emacs status bar?

I am an Emacs newbie having some problems navigating around when using the terminal, but pressing the ESC key brings up a huge list of key options which gives me the option of paging down and possibly ...
5
votes
1answer
5k views

Conditional True color (24 bit color) support for iTerm2 and Terminal.app in OSX with Fish shell

I'd like to try and get to a similar setup that I have with N/Vim in OSX, whereby Truecolor support is enabled in iTerm2 (which supports 24bit colors) but disabled in the native Terminal app (which ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

Fish shell looks weird in spacemacs

Any other shell besides eshell and shell in Spacemacs with Emacs v25.1.1 (GUI version) looks like this: To compare, the terminal in iTerm looks like this: The font that I use in my terminal is ...
0
votes
1answer
44 views

Magit-process shows every frame of dynamic "animated" output

I'm working with a project that has a pre-commit hook that outputs an "animated" progress bar and updates the output to show which step is completed. In the magit-process buffer it shows every frame ...
0
votes
1answer
140 views

How to run `gprolog` under an Emacs sub-process shell?

I'd like to run the gprolog interactive interpreter in an Emacs sub-process shell (started with M-x shell). The interactive interpret starts without a problem, but it does not respond to some ...
2
votes
1answer
203 views

Writing a complex dired function to open xterm and execute a command on all current marked files in dired

I'm trying to write a complex (to me) dired function, where I want to open a xterm window which will launch an application (fbot) with many arguments and input all marked dired files into that ...
1
vote
1answer
447 views

Startup script for term-mode

In the documentation for shell-mode: Emacs sends the new shell the contents of the file ~/.emacs_shellname as input, if it exists, where shellname is the name of the file that the shell was ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Spacemacs - start popup terminal window in evil-normal-state

I've added these keybinding configuration in my Spacemacs dot file, so that I can toggle the terminal by press the \ key. ;; Keybindings (define-key evil-normal-state-map (kbd "\\") 'spacemacs/...
5
votes
1answer
568 views

Exit emacs client that runs inside emacs terminal buffer

Recently, I'd wanted to commit to my git repository from within emacs. Instead of running some git mode commands, I opened up a terminal buffer and run git commit inside. This works fine, except that ...
1
vote
0answers
465 views

ansi-term changes in line-mode not registered after char-mode

Here's the situation. I start M-x ansi-term, which launches it in term-char-mode. I type the following: echo "hello world" and press RET, which outputs on the next line the expected output hello ...
0
votes
1answer
755 views

Run 'TERM=ansi' when shell starts

I use shell inside emacs but by default it prints output in 1 color. However, when I use grep, I would like to see substring I'm searching highlighted. To see colors, I can manually type TERM=ansi ...
3
votes
1answer
605 views

ansi-term scroll problem on fast output

I use a terminal from within Emacs via M-x RET ansi-term RET. The problem is that when I run a program which echoes a lot of output, ansi-term first scrolls with the output (such that the last line of ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

Can I completely replace xterm with emacs' term mode?

What short comings can I expect from this mode, and what are some use cases for which I should really prefer my operating system's terminal emulator?
3
votes
0answers
624 views

Terminal Buffer: error in process filter: Invalid face: unspecified

On Fedora 25 with GNU Emacs 25.1.90 (which I am running via an AppImage, you can download it from here and test out your theories as to what's wrong if you would like, remember AppImages will only ...
3
votes
1answer
3k views

How do you set colors for term?

I want to run tmux in emacs. I checked that it works in term, but default colors are awfully hard to read: How can they be changed to a sensible setting from .emacs file?
2
votes
1answer
480 views

Copy from terminal (tmux) to emacs with color?

I'm currently started using tmux because of getting tired of term-mode, and I managed to shortcut in tmux to open current session output in emacs so I could search and select from it in emacs. I have ...