Strange characters #44

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satrya opened this Issue Apr 12, 2013 · 6 comments

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satrya commented Apr 12, 2013

My first try and I got this

{←[0;31;49mpre←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mtable, td←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m5←[0m rules {←[0;31;49mfieldset←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mpre←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m4←[0m rules {←[0;31;49m.wp-smiley←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mlegend←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m3←[0m rule s {←[0;31;49m::-moz-selection←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49m::selection←[0m} share ←[0;31;49 m3←[0m rules {←[0;31;49mhr←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mtable, td←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m3←[0m rules {←[0;31;49m.wp-caption-text:before←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mh6, .zeta←[0m} share ←[0; 31;49m3←[0m rules {←[0;31;49mtable, td←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mth←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m3←[0m rules {←[0;31;49mfieldset←[0m}, {←[0;31;49mlegend←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mtextarea, select, input[type="email"], input[type="password"], input[type="search"], input[type="text"], input[type="url"], input[class_="text"]←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m3←[0m rules {←[0;31;49m.wp-caption-text←[0m}, {←[0;31;49mfieldset←[0m}, {←[0;31;49mlabel←[0m } AND {←[0;31;49mtable←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m3←[0m rules {←[0;31;49minput[type="file"]:focus, input[type="radio"]:focus, input[type="checkbox"]:focus, select:focus, button:focus, input[type="reset"]:focus, input[type="submit"]:focus, input[type="button"]:focus←[0m}, {←[0;31;49minput[type="file"]:focus, input[type ="file"]:active, input[type="radio"]:focus, input[type="radio"]:active, input[type="checkbox"]:focus, input[type="checkbox"]:active←[0m} AND {←[0;31;49mtextarea, select, input[type="email"], input[type="password"], input[type="search"], input[type="text"], input[type="url"], input[class_="text"]←[0m} share ←[0;31;49m3←[0m rules

  • RUBYGEMS VERSION: 2.0.3
  • RUBY VERSION: 1.9.3 (2012-11-10 patchlevel 327) [i386-mingw32]
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I also get output like this with the same version of Ruby. Think it might be an issue on Windows?

I also get output like this with the same version of Ruby. Think it might be an issue on Windows?

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zmoazeni Apr 12, 2013

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Sorry. It is windows only. Run with the --no-color switch. I should detect the windows platform and change the default accordingly.

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zmoazeni commented Apr 12, 2013

Sorry. It is windows only. Run with the --no-color switch. I should detect the windows platform and change the default accordingly.

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Yeps, running with the --no-color switch outputs results correctly :)

Yeps, running with the --no-color switch outputs results correctly :)

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Yes, it working now.

What is the --no-color means?

satrya commented Apr 12, 2013

Yes, it working now.

What is the --no-color means?

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peterkeating Apr 12, 2013

--no-color disables the output from being colourized, which is true by default.

--no-color disables the output from being colourized, which is true by default.

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satrya Apr 12, 2013

@peterkeating thanks for the asnwer.

satrya commented Apr 12, 2013

@peterkeating thanks for the asnwer.

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zmoazeni added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 13, 2013

Disables color support on windows env where ruby < 2.0
I've gotten a report that color support on windows && ruby 2.0 just
works. So let's try and only disable it in window && ruby 1.9

refs: #48, #44
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