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Bracketed Paste Mode #56

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stfnm commented Oct 19, 2012

This patch already existed in the "next" branch, so I cherry-picked the commit from there.
I find this feature extremely useful and thought it would be cool to have it already in the master branch and therefore also have it included in the next PuTTYTray release.

which text pasted into the terminal is preceded and followed by
special function-key-like escape sequences ESC[200~ and ESC[201~ so
that the application can identify it and treat it specially (e.g.
disabling auto-indent-same-as-previous-line in text editors). Enabled
and disabled by ESC[?2004h and ESC[?2004l, and of course off by
default.

git-svn-id: svn://svn.tartarus.org/sgt/putty@9412 cda61777-01e9-0310-a592-d414129be87e
Signed-off-by: stfn <stfnmd@gmail.com>
FauxFaux added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 25, 2012
Patch from Matsui Nag to implement xterm's "bracketed paste mode", in
which text pasted into the terminal is preceded and followed by
special function-key-like escape sequences ESC[200~ and ESC[201~ so
that the application can identify it and treat it specially (e.g.
disabling auto-indent-same-as-previous-line in text editors). Enabled
and disabled by ESC[?2004h and ESC[?2004l, and of course off by
default.

Signed-off-by: stfn <stfnmd@gmail.com>
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FauxFaux commented Oct 25, 2012

In p0.62-t013.

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