gtty - Set or get terminal attributes
The gtty syscall is used to enable/disable certain terminal attributes. This includes toggling echoing of typed characters, the end-of-line behavior and special control characters. Additionally, these attributes can be set for the controlling terminal as well.
The syscall also allows querying current terminal attributes. This can be useful for some applications to determine the current state of the terminal and set the same for the output.
To monitor the manipulation of terminal parameters.
Example Use Case¶
An application that uses several terminal attributes, like an ANSI escape sequence enabled terminal emulator. By using gtty, these terminal parameters can be applied to the terminal to ensure a correct display.
There are no known issues with this syscall.
- stty: Set or get terminal attributes
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