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ttymouse

オプション
ttymouse
短縮形
ttym
オプションの種類
文字列
初期値
Termに依存
有効範囲
Vim 全体に適用
互換性
Vi にはない
説明
ターミナルでマウスを使う設定。
意味
xtermxterm 風にマウスを扱う。
xterm2"xterm" と動作が似ているが、ドラッグ中もマウス位置を返すような xterm に対して働く。
nettermNetTerm? 風にマウスを扱う。
decDEC terminal 風にマウスを扱う。
jsbtermJSB term 風にマウスを扱う。
ptermQNX pterm 風にマウスを扱う。
			{only in Unix and VMS, doesn't work in the GUI; not
			available when compiled without |+mouse|}
	Name of the terminal type for which mouse codes are to be recognized.
	Currently these three strings are valid:
	   xterm	xterm-like mouse handling.  The mouse generates
			"<Esc>[Mscr", where "scr" is three bytes:
				"s"  = button state
				"c"  = column plus 33
				"r"  = row plus 33
	   		This only works up to 223 columns!  See "dec" for a
			solution.
	   xterm2	Works like "xterm", but with the xterm reporting the
			mouse position while the mouse is dragged.  This works
			much faster and more precise.  Your xterm must at
			least at patchlevel 88 / XFree 3.3.3 for this to
			work.  See below for how Vim detects this
			automatically.
	   netterm	NetTerm mouse handling.  The mouse generates
			"<Esc>}r,c<CR>", where "r,c" are two decimal numbers
			for the row and column.
	   dec		DEC terminal mouse handling.  The mouse generates a
			rather complex sequence, starting with "<Esc>[".
			This is also available for an Xterm, if it was
			configured with "--enable-dec-locator".
	   jsbterm	JSB term mouse handling.
	   pterm	QNX pterm mouse handling.
	The mouse handling must be enabled at compile time |+mouse_xterm|
	|+mouse_dec| |+mouse_netterm|.
	Only "xterm"(2) is really recognized.  NetTerm mouse codes are always
	recognized, if enabled at compile time.  DEC terminal mouse codes
	are recognized if enabled at compile time, and 'ttymouse' is not
	"xterm" (because the xterm and dec mouse codes conflict).
	This option is automatically set to "xterm", when the 'term' option is
	set to a name that starts with "xterm", and 'ttymouse' is not "xterm"
	or "xterm2" already.  The main use of this option is to set it to
	"xterm", when the terminal name doesn't start with "xterm", but it can
	handle xterm mouse codes.
	The "xterm2" value will be set if the xterm version is reported to be
	95 of higher.  This only works when compiled with the |+termresponse|
	feature and if |t_RV| is set to the escape sequence to request the
	xterm version number.  Otherwise "xterm2" must be set explicitly.
	If you do not want 'ttymouse' to be set to "xterm2" automatically, set
	t_RV to an empty string:
:set t_RV=

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