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Fixes an incomplete revert of a change in the previous patch, which caused incorrect display in the scrollback area.
This fixes several minor bugs, and also updates the wide-character width tables for Unicode 6.2.
fixes issues found by Coverity and adds
other small bugfixes and code cleanup.
Two regressions were fixed.
Provides the ability to bind keys to actions which use the selection (or selectable text) from the screen as data. Other new features include control sequences for left/right scrolling and some new flavors of mouse replies. There are new resource settings for limiting visual bell to the current line, as well as for limiting the eightBitInput feature. Finally, there are portability and other fixes.
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