does not accept multiline input under some terminal settings

Ronny Pfannschmidt avatarRonny Pfannschmidt created an issue

After running 'sttyl -icrnl', pypy gives this error when receiving input that requires a continuation line:

>>>> (1,
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "", line 51, in run_toplevel
  File "/home/washort/pypy-1.9/lib_pypy/", line 40, in
  File "/home/washort/pypy-1.9/lib_pypy/pyrepl/", line 62, in
    assert not more

Comments (4)

  1. Michael Hudson-Doyle

    I think this patch is all that is required?

    diff -r 9982325d3628 pyrepl/
    --- a/pyrepl/	Thu May 17 13:58:34 2012 +0200
    +++ b/pyrepl/	Mon Jul 02 11:49:20 2012 +1200
    @@ -358,6 +358,7 @@
             # per-readline preparations:
             self.__svtermstate = tcgetattr(self.input_fd)
             raw = self.__svtermstate.copy()
    +        raw.iflag |= termios.ICRNL
             raw.iflag &=~ (termios.BRKINT | termios.INPCK |
                            termios.ISTRIP | termios.IXON)
             raw.oflag &=~ (termios.OPOST)
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