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From "Nathan Christiansen" <>
Subject RE: Garbled characters coming through from telnet task
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2003 15:16:10 GMT
I could be wrong, but it sounds like a terminal emulation problem to me.

The extra characters could be the command characters to bold and
underline based on a particular terminal emulation.

Unfortunately, I don't know how you would go about fixing it, since the
telnet task does not seem to include a terminal emulation parameter.

-- Nathan Christiansen
   Tahitian Noni International

-----Original Message-----
From: Catherine Jung (Lon) []
Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 8:58 AM
To: ''
Subject: Garbled characters coming through from telnet task

I'm using the telnet task to stop and start resin on a unix (Solaris)
server, when the login prompt comes back it's got extra characters i.e.
instead of 'Access Login' it's 'Access ý'ûlogin' (those characters
These are not valid UTF-8 characters, so when cruise control tries to
the log files to report on them it falls over with parse exceptions.
ant's problem I realise, but surely those characters shouldn't be making
into the file in the first place)

The curious thing is this. We have 2 XP boxes running similar build
processes, talking to the same server, using identical bits of ant
(standard stuff, taken from the docs). One has this problem, one
Also up until 4 days ago, both were working fine (nothing been touched
the machine - even did a system recover to make sure). One box just
decided to start doing this (no change to build files). The same funny
appears if I run the build outside of cruise control (but again, only on
that machine).

Anyone got any ideas??


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