Fix SI and SO

SI (0x0F or ^O) means Shift In, and it selects G1 charset definition,
and SO (0x0E or ^N) means Shift Out, and it selects G0 charset
definition, but st was doing just the inverse.
master
Roberto E. Vargas Caballero 8 years ago
parent a7eef8f230
commit 0c8feecbf7

@ -2431,11 +2431,9 @@ tcontrolcode(uchar ascii) {
term.esc &= ~(ESC_CSI|ESC_ALTCHARSET|ESC_TEST);
term.esc |= ESC_START;
return;
case '\016': /* SO */
term.charset = 0;
return;
case '\017': /* SI */
term.charset = 1;
case '\016': /* SO (LS1 -- Locking shift 1) */
case '\017': /* SI (LS0 -- Locking shift 0) */
term.charset = 1 - (ascii - '\016');
return;
case '\032': /* SUB */
tsetchar(question, &term.c.attr, term.c.x, term.c.y);

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