2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2014 5:04 PM by Ivan St. Ivanov

    Re: [forge-dev] New shell feedback

      hi, thanks for the feedback. there was a bug in one of the tests that

      caused the latest version of æsh not being deployed on friday. so unless

      you built æsh from source it would probably fail on saturday as well :/

       

      - im hoping its fixed now, if not im at a loss on what's wrong since the

         output should be "correct" ansi.

       

      ståle

       

      On 18.01.14 22:08, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

      >... ah, forgot it, here is the ANSI string:

       

      [;39;49m[ [;34mforge $

       

      >

      >On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 10:07 PM, Ivan St. Ivanov

      ><ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>wrote:

      >> Hi Stale,

      >>

      >> After applying the latest changes, when I start Forge, after the first

      >> blue characters, all the characters are blue. Even after exit Forge,

      >> shell's foreground keeps to be blue. Here's again my code:

      >>

      >>          List forge the

      >>> >>> ANSI string passed to the Jansi library

      >>> >>> is:  [;39;49m[ [;32mf [mo [mr [mg [me [m$ [m (there is an ESC

      >>> symbol

      >>> >>> character before each [). As far as I got it, those constants 39, 32,

      >>> etc.

      >>> >>> denote the foreground (i.e. character) color. So, the question now is:

      >>> >>>

      >>> >>> Do you have to set the foreground color once and then it is valid for

      >>> all

      >>> >>> the next characters before you set it again, or you have to set it for

      >>> >>> every character in the ANSI string. I think that Aesh's logic follows

      >>> the

      >>> >>> first approach, so is this correct? I'm afraid

      >>> >>> Jansi's AnsiOutputStream.write(int) method is a too complex FSM for

      >>> me in

      >>> >>> this late hour, so I stopped there

      >>> >>>

      >>> >>> What else bothers me is the ordering of the style and color constants

      >>> for

      >>> >>> the first character of the prompt. Shouldn't it be the other way round

      >>> >>> (first the style and then the color)?

      >>> >>>

      >>> >>> Cheers,

      >>> >>> Ivan

      >>> >>>

      >>> >>>

      >>> >>> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 10:35 PM, George Gastaldi <

      >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

      >>> >>>

      >>> >>>> That's right. We expect a PR from you asap

      >>> >>>>

      >>> >>>> Em 15/01/2014, às 18:28, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com

      >>> >

      >>> >>>> escreveu:

      >>> >>>>

      >>> >>>> Ah, so the coloring is in Forge, not in Aesh? Good, at least I will

      >>> try to

      >>> >>>> get acquainted with the code if not fix it

      >>> >>>>

      >>> >>>>

      >>> >>>> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 10:24 PM, George Gastaldi <

      >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

      >>> >>>>

      >>> >>>>> Hey Ivan,

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> We had to remove the colors because the colors were "bleeding" to

      >>> the

      >>> >>>>> next character. If you could have a look at it, the code is in

      >>> >>>>> ShellImpl.createPrompt().

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> Pull requests are always more than welcomed.

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> Em 15/01/2014, às 18:21, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

      >>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

      >>> >>>>> escreveu:

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> Hi Stale, folks!

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> I just tried the new Forge 2.0 and it works perfectly

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> I just miss the prompt coloring. In Forge 1 we had different color

      >>> for

      >>> >>>>> the current directory name if it is inside a project.

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> BTW, I see that the new-project command was changed to project-new.

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> Cheers,

      >>> >>>>> Ivan

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>> On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 3:39 AM, George Gastaldi <

      >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

      >>> >>>>>

      >>> >>>>>> Excellent Stale! Thanks for your help on this.

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>> Em 12/01/2014, às 23:06, Ståle W Pedersen <spederse@redhat.com>

      >>> >>>>>> escreveu:

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>> hi, ive deployed a new version of 0.46-SNAPSHOT that hopefully

      >>> should

      >>> >>>>>>> have most of the arrow-key + line redraw bugs fixed.

      >>> >>>>>>> - please let me know if it works better other places as well.

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>> these issues were introduced back in oct/nov i think (during our

      >>> >>>>>> meeting

      >>> >>>>>>> in raleigh lincoln when we optimized the input and line draw

      >>> in æsh.

      >>> >>>>>>> - i think its time i get a working windows setup....

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>> i havent looked at the path issue so that still needs to be fixed.

      >>> >>>>>>> - but ill prioritize the close issue atm.

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>> ståle

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> On 11.01.14 17:10, Lincoln Baxter, III wrote:

      >>> >>>>>>>> You can find in maven under:

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> org.jboss.aesh:aesh:0.46-SNAPSHOT

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> The github repo/org is here: https://github.com/aeshell/aesh

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> ~Lincoln

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 3:58 PM, Ståle W Pedersen <

      >>> >>>>>> spederse@redhat.com>wrote:

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>> hi, ivan it is most likely an æsh bug (which forge uses for

      >>> shell

      >>> >>>>>>>>> interaction). to quickly debug æsh you could just start a simple

      >>> >>>>>> example

      >>> >>>>>>>>> program like: java -cp aesh-0.46-SNAPSHOT.jar AeshExample

      >>> >>>>>>>>> - you should have the aesh jar in your local mvn cache.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>> AeshExample should log to TMP/aesh.log and there is a log line

      >>> >>>>>> starting

      >>> >>>>>>>>> with "GOT:" for each input. that input should match whatever is

      >>> >>>>>>>>> specified in Key.java (in æsh).

      >>> >>>>>>>>> from what you've described above it seems that ive introduced a

      >>> bug

      >>> >>>>>> in a

      >>> >>>>>>>>> later release with this or it might also be the parsing.

      >>> whatever you

      >>> >>>>>>>>> find out will no matter help.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>> regards, ståle

      >>> >>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> On 11.01.14 21:18, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> Hi folks,

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> I just created this JIRA:

      >>> >>>>>> https://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE-1425

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> As I wrote in the first email, I would like to help resolving

      >>> it. I

      >>> >>>>>> just

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> need some guidance on where to look. George asked me to run the

      >>> >>>>>> unit tests

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> and I tried. However, the addon-manager tests failed and I

      >>> couldn't

      >>> >>>>>> find

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> the reason.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> Cheers,

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> Ivan

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 7:54 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III <

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> lincolnbaxter@gmail.com> wrote:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> Yes, thank you for finding these issues! Looks like we know

      >>> what

      >>> >>>>>> we will

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> be working on next few days

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 12:40 PM, George Gastaldi <

      >>> >>>>>> ggastald@redhat.com

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> wrote:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Ivan,

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Could you open a JIRA with these issues and mark it as

      >>> Blocker? We

      >>> >>>>>>>>> can't

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> release 2.0.0.Final unless this is fixed.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Em 08/01/2014, às 11:18, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

      >>> >>>>>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> escreveu:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Sorry, forgot to mention that this is with snapshot from

      >>> December,

      >>> >>>>>>>>> 29th.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> The situation was the same with all the previous betas and

      >>> alphas.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 3:13 PM, George Gastaldi <

      >>> >>>>>> ggastald@redhat.com

      >>> >>>>>>>>>> wrote:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback ivan.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Are you testing against the latest snapshot?

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Best Regards,

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> George

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Em 08/01/2014, às 11:10, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

      >>> >>>>>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> escreveu:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Hi folks,

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> As I promised, here is a short feedback

      >>> about

      >>> >>>>>> the new

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Forge 2 shell. As some of you know, I use Windows (Really?

      >>> >>>>>> OK...). So

      >>> >>>>>>>>> I

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> will be very happy to help you solve the issues besides

      >>> merely

      >>> >>>>>>>>> reporting

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> them:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * The history doesn't work. That is, when you press up and

      >>> down

      >>> >>>>>> arrows

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> instead of the previous commands, you get this: αH

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * Backspace doesn't work. When I press it, the cursor just

      >>> comes

      >>> >>>>>> back

      >>> >>>>>>>>> to

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> the previous position without deleting the character there.

      >>> If I

      >>> >>>>>> just

      >>> >>>>>>>>> write

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> something there, the old symbol is overwritten by the new

      >>> one,

      >>> >>>>>> but at

      >>> >>>>>>>>> the

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> end after pressing enter it looks like you never entered

      >>> anything

      >>> >>>>>>>>> after

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> pressing backspace. For example:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 1) I write new-project --namek

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 2) I notice the typo and press backspace

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 3) k doesn't get deleted, but I overwrite it with d

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 4) Then I complete my command to look like this:

      >>> *new-project

      >>> >>>>>>>>> --named

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> test*

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 5) Forge's output is: Project name must be specified.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * As you know on windows the full path to a file or

      >>> directory is

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>  1) If I try to do cd c:\temp\forge, Forge blows with

      >>> >>>>>> exception:

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> org.jboss.forge.addon.resource.ResourceException:

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>> can

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> have no

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> children

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.resource.AbstractFileResource.getChild(Abstract

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> FileResource.java:78)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.util.PathspecParser.resolve(PathspecParse

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> r.java:232)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.commands.CdCommand.execute(CdCommand.java

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> :71)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native

      >>> >>>>>> Method)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> java:57)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>

      >>> sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAcces

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> sorImpl.java:43)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:606)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 2) Somehow I noticed that I may use the paths without the

      >>> drive

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> letter, e.g. just \ I tried cd \temp\forge, but the result was the same

      >>> >>>>>> .

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 3) If I am in the root directory (c:\) and I run *cd

      >>> >>>>>> temp\forge*, I

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> don't get exception, but ***ERROR** tempforge\: No such

      >>> file or

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> directory*. The interesting thing is that I ran that

      >>> command by

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> pressing tab, i.e. counting on the command completion of the

      >>> >>>>>> shell,

      >>> >>>>>>>>> which

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> obviously works fine.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> I made the cd command work by just running cd /temp/forge

      >>> >>>>>> (notice

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> the forward slashes)

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> If you wish, I may add these observations as JIRA items,

      >>> >>>>>> probably as

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> children to this one:

      >>> https://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE-1387

      >>> >>>>>> .

      >>> >>>>>>>>> Bear

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> in mind that all the reported features work in Forge 1 even

      >>> on

      >>> >>>>>>>>> Windows

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> We can discuss these in today's meeting.

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Cheers,

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Ivan

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

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      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

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      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

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      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

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      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> --

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> Lincoln Baxter, III

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> http://ocpsoft.org

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> "Simpler is better."

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

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      >>> >>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

      >>> >>>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> --

      >>> >>>>>>>> Lincoln Baxter, III

      >>> >>>>>>>> http://ocpsoft.org

      >>> >>>>>>>> "Simpler is better."

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

      >>> >>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

      >>> >>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

      >>> >>>>>>>

      >>> >>>>>>> _______________________________________________

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      >>> >>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

      >>> >>>>>>

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      >>> >>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

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      >>> >>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

      >>> >>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

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        • 1. Re: [forge-dev] New shell feedback
          Ivan St. Ivanov Novice

          Hi Stale,

           

          I was using the version coming from the maven repository. But tonight I

          will pull your latest changes, will build aesh and then will build Forge.

          Hopefully it will work now

           

          Thanks for your effort!

          Ivan

           

           

          On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 2:03 PM, Ståle W Pedersen <spederse@redhat.com>wrote:

           

          hi, thanks for the feedback. there was a bug in one of the tests that

          caused the latest version of æsh not being deployed on friday. so unless

          you built æsh from source it would probably fail on saturday as well :/

           

          - im hoping its fixed now, if not im at a loss on what's wrong since the

             output should be "correct" ansi.

           

          ståle

           

          On 18.01.14 22:08, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

          >... ah, forgot it, here is the ANSI string:

           

          [;39;49m[ [;34mforge $

           

           

          >On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 10:07 PM, Ivan St. Ivanov

          ><ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>wrote:

          >> Hi Stale,

          >>

          >> After applying the latest changes, when I start Forge, after the first

          >> blue characters, all the characters are blue. Even after exit Forge,

          >> shell's foreground keeps to be blue. Here's again my code:

          >>

          >>          List<TerminalCharacter> prompt = new LinkedList<>();

          >>          prompt.add(new TerminalCharacter('['));

          >>          for (char c : currentResource.getName().toCharArray())

          >>          {

          >>             prompt.add(new TerminalCharacter(c, new

          >> TerminalColor(Color.BLUE, Color.DEFAULT)));

          >>          }

          >>          prompt.add(new TerminalCharacter(']', new

          >> TerminalColor(Color.DEFAULT, Color.DEFAULT)));

          >>          prompt.add(new TerminalCharacter('$'));

          >>          prompt.add(new TerminalCharacter(' '));

          >>          return new Prompt(prompt);

          >>

          >> Cheers,

          >> Ivan

          >>

          >>

          >> On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 10:46 AM, Ståle W Pedersen <spederse@redhat.com

          >wrote:

          >>

          >>> yes, thats the page i often refer to as well. - and its how

          >>> TerminalCharacters work in æsh.

          >>>

          >>> ståle

          >>>

          >>> On 17.01.14  8:48, Koen Aers wrote:

          >>> >As per this page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code (it's

          >>> wikipedia, so I don't know how correct/wrong it is) the SGR command

          >>> modifies the graphics rendering by adding to the previous state. So if

          the

          >>> background is blue and the foreground is red and characters are bold,

          >>> modifying the background to white will keep the boldness and the red

          >>> foreground. This also means the order of the commands should not play a

          >>> role.

          >>> >

          >>> >Op 17-jan.-2014, om 01:00 heeft Ståle W Pedersen het volgende

          geschreven:

          >>> >

          >>> >> hi, thanks for the feedback.

          >>> >> i see that there is indeed a bug in how TerminalCharacter is

          displayed.

          >>> >> - there is a TerminalCharacter.toString(TerminalCharacter tc) that

          >>> tries

          >>> >>   to compare with the previous to reduce the data written to stream,

          >>> but

          >>> >>   it has a bug and do not display it correctly.

          >>> >>

          >>> >> By design it was planned that TerminalCharacter should not "reset"

          so

          >>> if

          >>> >> you set a TerminalCharacter with color green that color should be

          for

          >>> >> all upcoming characters unless a new one is set.

          >>> >>

          >>> >> TerminalString however do in fact reset at its end (by design).

          >>> >>

          >>> >> I do not know if the ordering matter, afaik it shouldnt, but it

          might

          >>> be

          >>> >> that that is why jansi has bleeding of colors on windows??

          >>> >>

          >>> >> ståle

          >>> >>

          >>> >> On 16.01.14 23:52, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

          >>> >>> Hey George, Stale,

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> I did some debugging in Forge, Aesh and even Jansi sources. Before

          >>> that, I

          >>> >>> tried to change the color of the current folder name when creating

          the

          >>> >>> prompt:

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> // in org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.ShellImpl::createPrompt()

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>>        for (char c : currentResource.getName().toCharArray())

          >>> >>>        {

          >>> >>>           prompt.add(new TerminalCharacter(c, new

          >>> >>> TerminalColor(Color.GREEN, Color.DEFAULT)));

          >>> >>>        }

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> So I expect that as a result of that, all of the characters of the

          >>> current

          >>> >>> directory name would be green. However it is only the first

          character.

          >>> >>> After some more debugging, I found that for a directory called

          >>> forge the

          >>> >>> ANSI string passed to the Jansi library

          >>> >>> is:  [;39;49m[ [;32mf [mo [mr [mg [me [m$ [m (there is an

          ESC

          >>> symbol

          >>> >>> character before each [). As far as I got it, those constants 39,

          32,

          >>> etc.

          >>> >>> denote the foreground (i.e. character) color. So, the question now

          is:

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> Do you have to set the foreground color once and then it is valid

          for

          >>> all

          >>> >>> the next characters before you set it again, or you have to set it

          for

          >>> >>> every character in the ANSI string. I think that Aesh's logic

          follows

          >>> the

          >>> >>> first approach, so is this correct? I'm afraid

          >>> >>> Jansi's AnsiOutputStream.write(int) method is a too complex FSM for

          >>> me in

          >>> >>> this late hour, so I stopped there

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> What else bothers me is the ordering of the style and color

          constants

          >>> for

          >>> >>> the first character of the prompt. Shouldn't it be the other way

          round

          >>> >>> (first the style and then the color)?

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> Cheers,

          >>> >>> Ivan

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 10:35 PM, George Gastaldi <

          >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

          >>> >>>

          >>> >>>> That's right. We expect a PR from you asap

          >>> >>>>

          >>> >>>> Em 15/01/2014, às 18:28, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

          ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com

          >>> >

          >>> >>>> escreveu:

          >>> >>>>

          >>> >>>> Ah, so the coloring is in Forge, not in Aesh? Good, at least I

          will

          >>> try to

          >>> >>>> get acquainted with the code if not fix it

          >>> >>>>

          >>> >>>>

          >>> >>>> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 10:24 PM, George Gastaldi <

          >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

          >>> >>>>

          >>> >>>>> Hey Ivan,

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> We had to remove the colors because the colors were "bleeding" to

          >>> the

          >>> >>>>> next character. If you could have a look at it, the code is in

          >>> >>>>> ShellImpl.createPrompt().

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> Pull requests are always more than welcomed.

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> Em 15/01/2014, às 18:21, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

          >>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

          >>> >>>>> escreveu:

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> Hi Stale, folks!

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> I just tried the new Forge 2.0 and it works perfectly

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> I just miss the prompt coloring. In Forge 1 we had different

          color

          >>> for

          >>> >>>>> the current directory name if it is inside a project.

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> BTW, I see that the new-project command was changed to

          project-new.

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> Cheers,

          >>> >>>>> Ivan

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 3:39 AM, George Gastaldi <

          >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>>> Excellent Stale! Thanks for your help on this.

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>> Em 12/01/2014, às 23:06, Ståle W Pedersen <spederse@redhat.com

          >>> >>>>>> escreveu:

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>> hi, ive deployed a new version of 0.46-SNAPSHOT that hopefully

          >>> should

          >>> >>>>>>> have most of the arrow-key + line redraw bugs fixed.

          >>> >>>>>>> - please let me know if it works better other places as well.

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>> these issues were introduced back in oct/nov i think (during

          our

          >>> >>>>>> meeting

          >>> >>>>>>> in raleigh lincoln when we optimized the input and line draw

          >>> in æsh.

          >>> >>>>>>> - i think its time i get a working windows setup....

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>> i havent looked at the path issue so that still needs to be

          fixed.

          >>> >>>>>>> - but ill prioritize the close issue atm.

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>> ståle

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> On 11.01.14 17:10, Lincoln Baxter, III wrote:

          >>> >>>>>>>> You can find in maven under:

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> org.jboss.aesh:aesh:0.46-SNAPSHOT

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> The github repo/org is here: https://github.com/aeshell/aesh

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> ~Lincoln

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 3:58 PM, Ståle W Pedersen <

          >>> >>>>>> spederse@redhat.com>wrote:

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>> hi, ivan it is most likely an æsh bug (which forge uses for

          >>> shell

          >>> >>>>>>>>> interaction). to quickly debug æsh you could just start a

          simple

          >>> >>>>>> example

          >>> >>>>>>>>> program like: java -cp aesh-0.46-SNAPSHOT.jar AeshExample

          >>> >>>>>>>>> - you should have the aesh jar in your local mvn cache.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>> AeshExample should log to TMP/aesh.log and there is a log

          line

          >>> >>>>>> starting

          >>> >>>>>>>>> with "GOT:" for each input. that input should match whatever

          is

          >>> >>>>>>>>> specified in Key.java (in æsh).

          >>> >>>>>>>>> from what you've described above it seems that ive

          introduced a

          >>> bug

          >>> >>>>>> in a

          >>> >>>>>>>>> later release with this or it might also be the parsing.

          >>> whatever you

          >>> >>>>>>>>> find out will no matter help.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>> regards, ståle

          >>> >>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> On 11.01.14 21:18, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> Hi folks,

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> I just created this JIRA:

          >>> >>>>>> https://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE-1425

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> As I wrote in the first email, I would like to help

          resolving

          >>> it. I

          >>> >>>>>> just

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> need some guidance on where to look. George asked me to run

          the

          >>> >>>>>> unit tests

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> and I tried. However, the addon-manager tests failed and I

          >>> couldn't

          >>> >>>>>> find

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> the reason.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> Cheers,

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> Ivan

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 7:54 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III <

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> lincolnbaxter@gmail.com> wrote:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> Yes, thank you for finding these issues! Looks like we know

          >>> what

          >>> >>>>>> we will

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> be working on next few days

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 12:40 PM, George Gastaldi <

          >>> >>>>>> ggastald@redhat.com

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> wrote:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Ivan,

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Could you open a JIRA with these issues and mark it as

          >>> Blocker? We

          >>> >>>>>>>>> can't

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> release 2.0.0.Final unless this is fixed.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Em 08/01/2014, às 11:18, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

          >>> >>>>>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> escreveu:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Sorry, forgot to mention that this is with snapshot from

          >>> December,

          >>> >>>>>>>>> 29th.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> The situation was the same with all the previous betas and

          >>> alphas.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 3:13 PM, George Gastaldi <

          >>> >>>>>> ggastald@redhat.com

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> wrote:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback ivan.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Are you testing against the latest snapshot?

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Best Regards,

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> George

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Em 08/01/2014, às 11:10, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

          >>> >>>>>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> escreveu:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Hi folks,

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> As I promised, here is a short feedback

          >>> about

          >>> >>>>>> the new

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Forge 2 shell. As some of you know, I use Windows

          (Really?

          >>> >>>>>> OK...). So

          >>> >>>>>>>>> I

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> will be very happy to help you solve the issues besides

          >>> merely

          >>> >>>>>>>>> reporting

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> them:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * The history doesn't work. That is, when you press up

          and

          >>> down

          >>> >>>>>> arrows

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> instead of the previous commands, you get this: αH

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * Backspace doesn't work. When I press it, the cursor

          just

          >>> comes

          >>> >>>>>> back

          >>> >>>>>>>>> to

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> the previous position without deleting the character

          there.

          >>> If I

          >>> >>>>>> just

          >>> >>>>>>>>> write

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> something there, the old symbol is overwritten by the new

          >>> one,

          >>> >>>>>> but at

          >>> >>>>>>>>> the

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> end after pressing enter it looks like you never entered

          >>> anything

          >>> >>>>>>>>> after

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> pressing backspace. For example:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 1) I write new-project --namek

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 2) I notice the typo and press backspace

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 3) k doesn't get deleted, but I overwrite it with d

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 4) Then I complete my command to look like this:

          >>> *new-project

          >>> >>>>>>>>> --named

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> test*

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 5) Forge's output is: Project name must be specified.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * As you know on windows the full path to a file or

          >>> directory is

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> <drive-letter>:\<dir1>\<dir2>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 1) If I try to do cd c:\temp\forge, Forge blows with

          >>> >>>>>> exception:

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> org.jboss.forge.addon.resource.ResourceException:

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>> can

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> have no

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> children

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.resource.AbstractFileResource.getChild(Abstract

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> FileResource.java:78)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.util.PathspecParser.resolve(PathspecParse

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> r.java:232)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.commands.CdCommand.execute(CdCommand.java

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> :71)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

          sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native

          >>> >>>>>> Method)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> java:57)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAcces

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> sorImpl.java:43)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:606)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 2) Somehow I noticed that I may use the paths without the

          >>> drive

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> letter, e.g. just \<dir1>\<dir2>. It is legal to do it in

          >>> >>>>>> Windows,

          >>> >>>>>>>>> but thus

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> you can't change to a directory located on a different

          >>> drive. For

          >>> >>>>>>>>> example

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> cd \temp\forge will change to c:\temp\forge if you are

          >>> currently

          >>> >>>>>> in

          >>> >>>>>>>>> c:. So

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> I tried cd \temp\forge, but the result was the same

          >>> >>>>>> .

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 3) If I am in the root directory (c:\) and I run *cd

          >>> >>>>>> temp\forge*, I

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> don't get exception, but ***ERROR** tempforge\: No such

          >>> file or

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> directory*. The interesting thing is that I ran that

          >>> command by

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> pressing tab, i.e. counting on the command completion of

          the

          >>> >>>>>> shell,

          >>> >>>>>>>>> which

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> obviously works fine.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> I made the cd command work by just running *cd

          /temp/forge*

          >>> >>>>>> (notice

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> the forward slashes)

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> If you wish, I may add these observations as JIRA items,

          >>> >>>>>> probably as

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> children to this one:

          >>> https://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE-1387

          >>> >>>>>> .

          >>> >>>>>>>>> Bear

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> in mind that all the reported features work in Forge 1

          even

          >>> on

          >>> >>>>>>>>> Windows

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> We can discuss these in today's meeting.

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Cheers,

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Ivan

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> --

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> Lincoln Baxter, III

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> http://ocpsoft.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> "Simpler is better."

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> --

          >>> >>>>>>>> Lincoln Baxter, III

          >>> >>>>>>>> http://ocpsoft.org

          >>> >>>>>>>> "Simpler is better."

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>>

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>> _______________________________________________

          >>> >>>>> forge-dev mailing list

          >>> >>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>>

          >>> >>>>

          >>> >>>> _______________________________________________

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          >>> >>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

          >>> >>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

          >>> >>>>

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          >>> >>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

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          • 2. Re: [forge-dev] New shell feedback
            Ivan St. Ivanov Novice

            Hi Stale,

             

            I too the latest Aesh, but again everything was painted in blue after I

            started Forge. Here is the Ansi string:

            ESC[;39;49m[ESC [34mforge*ESC *$

            .

             

            I have also attached the aesh jar that I have in my Forge addons directory.

             

            Cheers,

            Ivan

             

             

            On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 2:22 PM, Ivan St. Ivanov

            <ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>wrote:

             

            Hi Stale,

             

            I was using the version coming from the maven repository. But tonight I

            will pull your latest changes, will build aesh and then will build Forge.

            Hopefully it will work now

             

            Thanks for your effort!

            Ivan

             

            >

            On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 2:03 PM, Ståle W Pedersen <spederse@redhat.com>wrote:

             

            >> hi, thanks for the feedback. there was a bug in one of the tests that

            >> caused the latest version of æsh not being deployed on friday. so unless

            >> you built æsh from source it would probably fail on saturday as well :/

            >>

            >> - im hoping its fixed now, if not im at a loss on what's wrong since the

            >>    output should be "correct" ansi.

            >>

            >> ståle

            >>

            >> On 18.01.14 22:08, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

            >> >... ah, forgot it, here is the ANSI string:

            >> >

            >> > [;39;49m[ [;34mforge $

            >> >

            >> >

            >> >On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 10:07 PM, Ivan St. Ivanov

            >> > forge the

            >> >>> >>> ANSI string passed to the Jansi library

            >> >>> >>> is:  [;39;49m[ [;32mf [mo [mr [mg [me [m$ [m (there is an

            >> ESC

            >> >>> symbol

            >> >>> >>> character before each [). As far as I got it, those constants 39,

            >> 32,

            >> >>> etc.

            >> >>> >>> denote the foreground (i.e. character) color. So, the question

            >> now is:

            >> >>> >>>

            >> >>> >>> Do you have to set the foreground color once and then it is valid

            >> for

            >> >>> all

            >> >>> >>> the next characters before you set it again, or you have to set

            >> it for

            >> >>> >>> every character in the ANSI string. I think that Aesh's logic

            >> follows

            >> >>> the

            >> >>> >>> first approach, so is this correct? I'm afraid

            >> >>> >>> Jansi's AnsiOutputStream.write(int) method is a too complex FSM

            >> for

            >> >>> me in

            >> >>> >>> this late hour, so I stopped there

            >> >>> >>>

            >> >>> >>> What else bothers me is the ordering of the style and color

            >> constants

            >> >>> for

            >> >>> >>> the first character of the prompt. Shouldn't it be the other way

            >> round

            >> >>> >>> (first the style and then the color)?

            >> >>> >>>

            >> >>> >>> Cheers,

            >> >>> >>> Ivan

            >> >>> >>>

            >> >>> >>>

            >> >>> >>> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 10:35 PM, George Gastaldi <

            >> >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

            >> >>> >>>

            >> >>> >>>> That's right. We expect a PR from you asap

            >> >>> >>>>

            >> >>> >>>> Em 15/01/2014, às 18:28, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

            >> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com

            >> >>> >

            >> >>> >>>> escreveu:

            >> >>> >>>>

            >> >>> >>>> Ah, so the coloring is in Forge, not in Aesh? Good, at least I

            >> will

            >> >>> try to

            >> >>> >>>> get acquainted with the code if not fix it

            >> >>> >>>>

            >> >>> >>>>

            >> >>> >>>> On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 10:24 PM, George Gastaldi <

            >> >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> Hey Ivan,

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> We had to remove the colors because the colors were "bleeding"

            >> to

            >> >>> the

            >> >>> >>>>> next character. If you could have a look at it, the code is in

            >> >>> >>>>> ShellImpl.createPrompt().

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> Pull requests are always more than welcomed.

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> Em 15/01/2014, às 18:21, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

            >> >>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

            >> >>> >>>>> escreveu:

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> Hi Stale, folks!

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> I just tried the new Forge 2.0 and it works perfectly

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> I just miss the prompt coloring. In Forge 1 we had different

            >> color

            >> >>> for

            >> >>> >>>>> the current directory name if it is inside a project.

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> BTW, I see that the new-project command was changed to

            >> project-new.

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> Cheers,

            >> >>> >>>>> Ivan

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>> On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 3:39 AM, George Gastaldi <

            >> >>> ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>> Excellent Stale! Thanks for your help on this.

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>> Em 12/01/2014, às 23:06, Ståle W Pedersen <

            >> spederse@redhat.com>

            >> >>> >>>>>> escreveu:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>> hi, ive deployed a new version of 0.46-SNAPSHOT that hopefully

            >> >>> should

            >> >>> >>>>>>> have most of the arrow-key + line redraw bugs fixed.

            >> >>> >>>>>>> - please let me know if it works better other places as well.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>> these issues were introduced back in oct/nov i think (during

            >> our

            >> >>> >>>>>> meeting

            >> >>> >>>>>>> in raleigh lincoln when we optimized the input and line

            >> draw

            >> >>> in æsh.

            >> >>> >>>>>>> - i think its time i get a working windows setup....

            >> >>> >>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>> i havent looked at the path issue so that still needs to be

            >> fixed.

            >> >>> >>>>>>> - but ill prioritize the close issue atm.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>> ståle

            >> >>> >>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> On 11.01.14 17:10, Lincoln Baxter, III wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> You can find in maven under:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> org.jboss.aesh:aesh:0.46-SNAPSHOT

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> The github repo/org is here: https://github.com/aeshell/aesh

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> ~Lincoln

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 3:58 PM, Ståle W Pedersen <

            >> >>> >>>>>> spederse@redhat.com>wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> hi, ivan it is most likely an æsh bug (which forge uses for

            >> >>> shell

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> interaction). to quickly debug æsh you could just start a

            >> simple

            >> >>> >>>>>> example

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> program like: java -cp aesh-0.46-SNAPSHOT.jar AeshExample

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> - you should have the aesh jar in your local mvn cache.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> AeshExample should log to TMP/aesh.log and there is a log

            >> line

            >> >>> >>>>>> starting

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> with "GOT:" for each input. that input should match

            >> whatever is

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> specified in Key.java (in æsh).

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> from what you've described above it seems that ive

            >> introduced a

            >> >>> bug

            >> >>> >>>>>> in a

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> later release with this or it might also be the parsing.

            >> >>> whatever you

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> find out will no matter help.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> regards, ståle

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> On 11.01.14 21:18, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> Hi folks,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> I just created this JIRA:

            >> >>> >>>>>> https://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE-1425

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> As I wrote in the first email, I would like to help

            >> resolving

            >> >>> it. I

            >> >>> >>>>>> just

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> need some guidance on where to look. George asked me to

            >> run the

            >> >>> >>>>>> unit tests

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> and I tried. However, the addon-manager tests failed and I

            >> >>> couldn't

            >> >>> >>>>>> find

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> the reason.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> Cheers,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> Ivan

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 7:54 PM, Lincoln Baxter, III <

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> lincolnbaxter@gmail.com> wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> Yes, thank you for finding these issues! Looks like we

            >> know

            >> >>> what

            >> >>> >>>>>> we will

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> be working on next few days

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 12:40 PM, George Gastaldi <

            >> >>> >>>>>> ggastald@redhat.com

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Ivan,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Could you open a JIRA with these issues and mark it as

            >> >>> Blocker? We

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> can't

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> release 2.0.0.Final unless this is fixed.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Em 08/01/2014, às 11:18, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

            >> >>> >>>>>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> escreveu:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> Sorry, forgot to mention that this is with snapshot from

            >> >>> December,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> 29th.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> The situation was the same with all the previous betas

            >> and

            >> >>> alphas.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 3:13 PM, George Gastaldi <

            >> >>> >>>>>> ggastald@redhat.com

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>> wrote:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback ivan.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Are you testing against the latest snapshot?

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Best Regards,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> George

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Em 08/01/2014, às 11:10, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <

            >> >>> >>>>>> ivan.st.ivanov@gmail.com>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> escreveu:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Hi folks,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> As I promised, here is a short feedback

            >> >>> about

            >> >>> >>>>>> the new

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Forge 2 shell. As some of you know, I use Windows

            >> (Really?

            >> >>> >>>>>> OK...). So

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> I

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> will be very happy to help you solve the issues besides

            >> >>> merely

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> reporting

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> them:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * The history doesn't work. That is, when you press up

            >> and

            >> >>> down

            >> >>> >>>>>> arrows

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> instead of the previous commands, you get this: αH

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * Backspace doesn't work. When I press it, the cursor

            >> just

            >> >>> comes

            >> >>> >>>>>> back

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> to

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> the previous position without deleting the character

            >> there.

            >> >>> If I

            >> >>> >>>>>> just

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> write

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> something there, the old symbol is overwritten by the

            >> new

            >> >>> one,

            >> >>> >>>>>> but at

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> the

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> end after pressing enter it looks like you never entered

            >> >>> anything

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> after

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> pressing backspace. For example:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 1) I write new-project --namek

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 2) I notice the typo and press backspace

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 3) k doesn't get deleted, but I overwrite it with d

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 4) Then I complete my command to look like this:

            >> >>> *new-project

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> --named

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> test*

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 5) Forge's output is: Project name must be specified.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> * As you know on windows the full path to a file or

            >> >>> directory is

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>  1) If I try to do cd c:\temp\forge, Forge blows with

            >> >>> >>>>>> exception:

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> org.jboss.forge.addon.resource.ResourceException:

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> can

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> have no

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> children

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.resource.AbstractFileResource.getChild(Abstract

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> FileResource.java:78)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.util.PathspecParser.resolve(PathspecParse

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> r.java:232)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> org.jboss.forge.addon.shell.commands.CdCommand.execute(CdCommand.java

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> :71)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native

            >> >>> >>>>>> Method)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> java:57)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>

            >> >>> sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAcces

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> sorImpl.java:43)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>       at

            >> java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:606)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 2) Somehow I noticed that I may use the paths without

            >> the

            >> >>> drive

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> letter, e.g. just \ I tried cd \temp\forge, but the result was the same

            >> >>> >>>>>> .

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> 3) If I am in the root directory (c:\) and I run *cd

            >> >>> >>>>>> temp\forge*, I

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> don't get exception, but ***ERROR** tempforge\: No

            >> such

            >> >>> file or

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> directory*. The interesting thing is that I ran that

            >> >>> command by

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> pressing tab, i.e. counting on the command completion

            >> of the

            >> >>> >>>>>> shell,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> which

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> obviously works fine.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> I made the cd command work by just running *cd

            >> /temp/forge*

            >> >>> >>>>>> (notice

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> the forward slashes)

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> If you wish, I may add these observations as JIRA items,

            >> >>> >>>>>> probably as

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> children to this one:

            >> >>> https://issues.jboss.org/browse/FORGE-1387

            >> >>> >>>>>> .

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> Bear

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> in mind that all the reported features work in Forge 1

            >> even

            >> >>> on

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>> Windows

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> We can discuss these in today's meeting.

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Cheers,

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> Ivan

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> _______________________________________________

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev mailing list

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>

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            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> --

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> Lincoln Baxter, III

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> http://ocpsoft.org

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>> "Simpler is better."

            >> >>> >>>>>>>>>>>

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            >> >>> >>>>>>>>

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> --

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> Lincoln Baxter, III

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> http://ocpsoft.org

            >> >>> >>>>>>>> "Simpler is better."

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