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Linebreak issues with tmux + zoom + ipython shell
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Martin
2015-03-13 05:06:00 UTC
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Hi all,

I'm a daily user of tmux and wondered if anyone else is using it
together with ipython, since I run into an annoying issue regularly.
It may be my setup or just as well an ipython issue, I don't know.

My setup is Xubunu 14.04, tmux, zsh. I use this bind to zoom a pane:

bind-key -n F12 resize-pane -Z \;

Now I have an ipython shell open in one pane and lines break at the
end of the screen, all good. But when I hit F12 and type I see the line
still
break at the old pane's width instead of making use of the whole
window. But what makes things worse is that it then starts in the same
line at position 0, overwritting the prompt.
It gets worse from there and makes the shell more or less unusable.

Here are some screenshots:

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Is anyone experiencing the same problem and maybe knows how to fix it?

Thank you very much,
Marty
Nicholas Marriott
2015-03-13 09:12:43 UTC
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Does this happen without tmux if you eg maximize and unmaximize an xterm?
Post by Martin
Hi all,
I'm a daily user of tmux and wondered if anyone else is using it**
together with ipython, since I run into an annoying issue regularly.**
It may be my setup or just as well an ipython issue, I don't know.
bind-key -n F12 resize-pane -Z \;
Now I have an ipython shell open in one pane and lines break at the**
end of the screen, all good. But when I hit F12 and type I see the line
still**
break at the old pane's width instead of making use of the whole**
window. But what makes things worse is that it then starts in the same**
line at position 0, overwritting the prompt.
It gets worse from there and makes the shell more or less unusable.
[1]http://s4.postimg.org/514wr86st/image.png
[2]http://s4.postimg.org/6hgf9d9pp/image.png
[3]http://s4.postimg.org/mtqgz3o19/image.png
Is anyone experiencing the same problem and maybe knows how to fix it?
Thank you very much,
Marty
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Martin
2015-03-15 21:54:05 UTC
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Sadly yes, it does happen even in the regular python shell. Should have
tried that myself first. Guess have to live with it. :-/
Post by Nicholas Marriott
Does this happen without tmux if you eg maximize and unmaximize an xterm?
Post by Martin
Hi all,
I'm a daily user of tmux and wondered if anyone else is using it**
together with ipython, since I run into an annoying issue regularly.**
It may be my setup or just as well an ipython issue, I don't know.
bind-key -n F12 resize-pane -Z \;
Now I have an ipython shell open in one pane and lines break at the**
end of the screen, all good. But when I hit F12 and type I see the
line
Post by Martin
still**
break at the old pane's width instead of making use of the whole**
window. But what makes things worse is that it then starts in the
same**
Post by Martin
line at position 0, overwritting the prompt.
It gets worse from there and makes the shell more or less unusable.
[1]http://s4.postimg.org/514wr86st/image.png
[2]http://s4.postimg.org/6hgf9d9pp/image.png
[3]http://s4.postimg.org/mtqgz3o19/image.png
Is anyone experiencing the same problem and maybe knows how to fix it?
Thank you very much,
Marty
References
Visible links
1. http://s4.postimg.org/514wr86st/image.png
2. http://s4.postimg.org/6hgf9d9pp/image.png
3. http://s4.postimg.org/mtqgz3o19/image.png
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