Some instances of bash change the command history when you re-use and edit a previous command, others apparently don't. I've been searching and searching but can't find anything that says how to ...
Within the shell, typing ALT+. or using !$ recalls the last passed argument of the previous command. I use this all the time, but how do you do that when you detached the previous command? $ ...
What are the equivalent functions in tcsh for the following zsh functions? up-line-or-history history-beginning-search-backward down-line-or-history history-beginning-search-forward I have the ...
Say I have the following entries in my command history: less documents/doc1.txt less documents/doc2.txt less files/file1.txt less files/file2.txt ls pwd and that I have the following keyboard ...
Currently, I have the following in my .zshrc: bindkey '^[[A' up-line-or-search bindkey '^[[B' down-line-or-search However, this only seems to match the content of my current input before a space ...