Richard M. Heiberger
rmh at temple.edu
Mon Jun 7 19:40:48 CEST 2004
The Windows telnet is a standalone client. It won't work inside an Emacs buffer.
Add the following to your .emacs file
;;;; You need this if you decide to telnet through emacs
(setq telnet-program "c:/emacs/telnet/telnet.exe")
(defvar telnet-remote-echoes nil "True if the telnet process will echo input."))
The telnet client I use is available at
It was originally written by igor.milavec at uni-lj.si and I don't
have the original location at my fingertips. The telnet.exe here
was revised by "Larry Smith" <lsmith at aus.edsr.eds.com>. The bug fix
allows incoming lines longer than 256 to appear without crashing.
1081 Dec 6 1998 telnet-igor.el
77505 Nov 29 1999 telnet.exe
3922 Feb 25 1999 telnetdirtrack.el
telnet-igor.el revises the standard emacs supplied telnet function for this client.
;;; This file shows how to have emacs in telnet mode almost transparently
;;; track the current directory on the host machine.
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