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I've had a report that MS-DOS's old ANSI.SYS behaves differently from PuTTY in two important respects: firstly, ESC[2J homes the cursor as well as clearing the screen, and secondly, auto-wrap wraps immediately when a character is displayed in the rightmost column, whereas PuTTY delays the wrapping until the next character is printed. More importantly, apparently old ANSI.SYS-using applications depend on both of these behaviours.
Neither of these should be PuTTY's default - they would break plenty of more modern applications - but setting them as configurable options would be nice.
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