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65ea199b94f4fcd53dd05b2bcb47d9cc5b8df2dc — Michael Kelly 7 months ago db8cf0f
Remove tmux/rxvt compat workaround

I haven't used rxvt/urxvt in years now.
1 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)

M .tmux.conf
M .tmux.conf => .tmux.conf +0 -30
@@ 10,36 10,6 @@ bind-key j select-pane -D

set-option -g status-bg cyan

# Fix standout/reverse video. This is because of an unfortunate interaction
# between screen's terminfo entry, rxvt, tmux, and sometimes mosh. It deserves
# a short essay.
#
# From the tmux FAQ,
# <http://sourceforge.net/p/tmux/tmux-code/ci/master/tree/FAQ>:
#   Screen's terminfo description lacks italics mode and has standout mode in
#   its place, but using the same escape sequence that urxvt uses for italics.
#   This means applications (like vim) looking for italics will not find it and
#   might turn to reverse in its place, while applications (like less) asking
#   for standout will end up with italics instead of reverse.
#
# The fix suggested by the FAQ is to generate a new terminfo file, but a
# cheaper fix is mentioned in this tmux-users post,
# <http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.terminal-emulators.tmux.user/2347>,
# which just removes italics altogether.
#
# An added layer is that mosh sets $TERM to xterm/xterm-color, so if you use
# rxvt and mosh to connect to a machine running tmux, you need to adjust tmux's
# settings for xterm*.
#
# There is a more detailed discussion of the underlying issue here:
# <http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.terminal-emulators.tmux.user/1928>
#
# For reference, this adjusts tmux's settings for rxvt:
# set -g terminal-overrides 'rxvt*:sitm@,ritm@'
#
# This adjusts tmux's settings for xterm (which I use because I use mosh):
##set -g terminal-overrides 'xterm*:sitm@,ritm@'

# Ring terminal bell when the bell is rung in any window.
set-option -g bell-action any
set-option -g visual-bell off