When I delete a "word" in Bash, it will stop at certain characters like
/. For example, if I type
backward-kill-word (typically mapped to Alt-Backspace and/or Ctrl-w), the remaining text is
. This does not correspond to
rl_completer_word_break_characters. How can I detect (preferably in a running system, rather than the defaults in the code, since they presumably can be overridden) which characters are used to determine word breaks?