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[REBOL] Telnet protocol scheme weirdness.

From: bga::bug-br::org::br at: 3-Feb-2004 12:07

Hello. I am using the Telnet protocol scheme to control a telnet session with a Rebol script. I am having one small problem that I didn't figured out how to fix: telnet: open telnet://xxx [...] insert telnet #{1B4F42} The end result is that the above line will send #{1B4F420D0A} to the server instead of what I wanted it to (#{1B4F42}). I already tried to change the open line to: telnet: open/binary telnet://xxx But it didn't work. In the Telnet scheme itself, it sets some flags. I wonder if these flags are right: port/state/flags: port/state/flags or system/standard/port-flags/direct or 32 or 2051; No-Wait, BINARY (51) (2048) port/sub-port/state/flags: port/sub-port/state/flags or 2051 or 32 Thanks in advance for any pointers. -Bruno