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      Major New Features in Epsilon 13
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         Language Mode Improvements in Epsilon 13
         Display Enhancements in Epsilon 13
         Running Other Programs in Epsilon 13
         Formatting Improvements in Epsilon 13
         Other Enhanced Commands in Epsilon 13
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      EEL Programming Changes in Epsilon 13
         Improvements to File-Handling Functions in Epsilon 13
         Display-related Enhancements in Epsilon 13
         More Options for Running Programs in Epsilon 13
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Running Other Programs in Epsilon 13

  • Epsilon produces much more accurate representations of ANSI color-setting escape sequences in process, telnet, or ssh buffer output. It also interprets additional kinds of formatting codes. The variables process-coloring-rules, ssh-interpret-output, and telnet-interpret-output all have new bits defined, and new default settings. (13.00-13.07)

  • The new process-view-error-lines variable lets you configure next-error and similar commands to display the full error message in its buffer in a separate window, as it displays the source file line in error in a main one.

  • Process buffer completion now limits completion to directory names in appropriate cases; see the process-completion-dircmds variable.

  • The process-completion-style variable has a new default value, 2, that excludes file names starting with a dot (hidden names), and recognizes a new flag, 8, that makes it display the full path of the completed file name when there is only one match. Under Unix, process initialization now works correctly with the zsh shell, and handles an EPSSHELL environment variable correctly. The new process-completion-windows-programs variable lets you customize which extensions indicate an executable program during process buffer completion in Windows. (13.10)

  • Buffers in Telnet mode no longer jump to the end of the buffer whenever the remote system sends output, but you can reenable this behavior with a new flag in the telnet-interpret-output variable.

  • There are new options in the clear-process-buffer and process-enter-whole-line variables.

  • The perldoc and man commands now interpret and remove ANSI-style color escape sequences before displaying their results. (13.02)

  • The new process-yank-confirm variable lets you customize or disable Epsilon's warning when yanking commands into a process buffer. (13.02)

  • In Telnet buffers, Ctrl-u Enter now sends a partial line to the server, without a terminating newline character. (13.04)



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