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Known subclasses: twisted.conch.recvline.HistoricRecvLine
TerminalProtocolwhich adds line editing features.
Clients will be prompted for lines of input with all the usual features: character echoing, left and right arrow support for moving the cursor to different areas of the line buffer, backspace and delete for removing characters, and insert for toggling between typeover and insert mode. Tabs will be expanded to enough spaces to move the cursor to the next tabstop (every four characters by default). Enter causes the line buffer to be cleared and the line to be passed to the lineReceived() method which, by default, does nothing. Subclasses are responsible for redrawing the input prompt (this will probably change).
|Method||connectionMade||Called after a connection has been established.|
|Method||drawInputLine||Write a line containing the current input prompt and the current line buffer at the current cursor position.|
|Method||terminalSize||Called to indicate the size of the terminal.|
|Method||unhandledControlSequence||Called when an unsupported control sequence is received.|
|Method||keystrokeReceived||A keystroke was received.|
Inherited from TerminalProtocol:
|Method||makeConnection||Called with an
|Method||connectionLost||Called when the connection has been lost.|
A terminal of 80x24 should be assumed if this method is not called. This method might not be called for real terminals.
|Parameters||seq||The whole control sequence which could not be interpreted. (type: |
Each keystroke corresponds to one invocation of this method. keyID is a
string identifier for that key. Printable characters are represented by
themselves. Control keys, such as arrows and function keys, are
represented with symbolic constants on