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Re: undo in shell buffer?

From: fmoreau
Subject: Re: undo in shell buffer?
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 05:38:13 -0800 (PST)
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On Jan 8, 11:21 pm, Tim X <address@hidden> wrote:

> term mode: this is a more sophisticated shell interface with support
> for ANSI escape characters and can run programs that require more
> sophisticated terminal I/O, such as ncurses based programs. To get the
> best out of this mode, you should install the etc/e/term-color terminfo
> file in the appropriate place e.g. /etc/terminfo/e on your system. Term
> mode also provides two different operational modes - character mode and
> line mode. In terminal character mode, all your characters are sent to
> the shell, so hitting the up arrow will be interpreted by the shell
> (under bash, this would usually cycle through command history).

That's not entirely true: for example in term mode where I use bash as
shell, I can't call the 'shell-expand-line' readline function anymore.
function is binded to M-C-e.


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