running shell within emacs

running shell within emacs

Post by Jayakrishnan » Tue, 15 Jun 1993 22:59:01



        While trying to do rlogin from the Inferior Shell, I typed my
        password and found that it echoes on the screen(GNU Emacs 19.12.4
        on Vax 6510 running Ultrix 4.2BSD)

        Any suggestions on how to avoid the embaras*t?

 
 
 

running shell within emacs

Post by Hironori -OOPS- KIDAC » Thu, 17 Jun 1993 13:52:04






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>>   Date: Mon, 14 Jun 1993 13:59:01 GMT

>>           While trying to do rlogin from the Inferior Shell, I typed my
>>           password and found that it echoes on the screen(GNU Emacs 19.12.4
>>           on Vax 6510 running Ultrix 4.2BSD)

>>           Any suggestions on how to avoid the embaras*t?

Hello, Jayakrishnan. :-)

Type ``M-x shell-send-invisible'' before you typed your password.

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running shell within emacs

Post by Rob Sarge » Wed, 23 Jun 1993 21:01:49



   >>        While trying to do rlogin from the Inferior Shell, I typed my
   >>        password and found that it echoes on the screen(GNU Emacs 19.12.4
   >>        on Vax 6510 running Ultrix 4.2BSD)
   >>
   >>        Any suggestions on how to avoid the embaras*t?

   Hello, Jayakrishnan. :-)

   Type ``M-x shell-send-invisible'' before you typed your password.

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    Software Research Associates. Inc., Japan

Or just kill-word-backword...
rjs
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1. pwd problem in shell run within emacs

Hi,
        The emacs shell doesn't change it's pwd unless I do a "M-x dirs"
everytime I change directories using any of my "cd" aliases or just use
some aliases. The following are the "cd" related shell aliases cd=cd,
pd=pushd, po=popd, s=cd .., p=cd -, d=dirs -v. I'm using Emacs 20.4.1 on
sparc-solaris. Emacs shell is /bin/tcsh. Does even using some other (non
directory related) aliases, throw the emacs shell off-track?
        Am I doing something wrong? Or is there a solution to this?

Thanks,
Balaji.

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These are the current settings I have in my  ~/.emacs.

(setq-default shell-cd-regexp "cd\\|pd\\|po|\\|s\\|p\\|d")
(setq-default shell-pushd-regexp "pd")
(setq-default shell-popd-regexp "po")
(setq-default shell-pushd-dextract t)
(setq-default shell-pushd-dunique t)
(setq-default shell-pushd-tohome t)

(add-hook 'shell-mode-hook
          (function (lambda ()
                      (setq comint-output-filter-functions
                            (append (list 'dirtrack)
                                    comint-output-filter-functions))
                      (setq comint-input-autoexpand 'input)
                      (setq comint-input-ignoredups t)
                      (add-hook 'comint-output-filter-functions
                                'comint-watch-for-password-prompt ))))

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