On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 14:50:28 +0700
Roger Merritt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I recently installed the port shells/tcshrc, and ever since I've been 
> getting some funny output on the console whenever I change directories:
> 
> kepler:/root# echo $SHELL
> /bin/tcsh
> kepler:/root# cd /etc
> \033]2;KEPLER - /etc\007kepler:/etc#
> kepler:/etc# cd
> \033]2;KEPLER - /root\007kepler:/root#
> kepler:/root#
> 
> The prompt setting in .tcshrc.set is "%B%m%b:%S%/%s%# ".

given that %B starts boldfacing and %b ends it (ie. where your problem
seems to start and end), my guess would be that your console setting does
not support boldfacing.

> Obviously it's no huge thing, but why am I seeing the \033]2...\007
> string after 'cd'ing? Before I installed the port, my .tcshrc set the
> prompt to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]:%~%# " and I didn't get the literal string. Now it only
> shows on the first prompt after I 'cd', and after that the prompt seems
> to work right. Obviously the port sets something else, but before I start
> digging, has anyone else solved this?

actually, i think that the preferred order would be to dig first and ask
questions later.    ;)


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> Roger
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