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To change locale of remote terminal, enhance old protocol 'OSC'.
By which, program can control remote terminal emulator's locale.
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JP820020893 Koichiro Kato/Japan/IBM Jiro Sekiba
Changing locale of terminal emulator from remote host
A program is disclosed that protocol of changing locale of remote terminals. By encapsulating new protocol within the old protocol, easily enhancing the terminal emulator wich has compatibility with other terminals.
To tell proper locale to termina emulators, introduce new protocol by using Operating System Command(OSC). OSC is structed as follow:
ESC [ ] <pritable characters> BEL
terminals will interpret part of "<pritable characters>" by their own interpretation. Which is usually interpreted "<number>;<printable characters>" as a de-fact standard. For instance, xterm interprets following OSC command as changing their window and icon titles.
ESC [ ] 0 ; <pritable character> BEL
Therefore introducing a number which is not widely used these days, it is achieved to enhance changinge locale of terminal emulator. For example, introducing "100", command can be as follow:
ECS  100 ; LANG=ja_JP.SJIS BEL
Terminal emulators will interpret this command as changing their locale to ja_JP.SJIS.