I was swapping some readline settings in my .bashrc earlier today and mistyped the following (bind since it's not in .inputrc): bind "mark-symlinked-directories on" I forgot to put a set in there ...
I currently have a bug in my Mac's Terminal (I actually use iTerm2 but it's still there), where once I press left arrow after typing, I can't go past the last character. Is there a way I can modify ...
Using ^W (unix-word-rubout) I can easily delete a single "word" from the current command in my bash shell. However, when dealing with quoted arguments that contain spaces (or unquoted arguments ...
I was just reading the readline man-page and disovered a bunch of great commands I didn't know about. However, several don't have default key bindings. Is there a way to execute the unbound commands ...
I'm trying to set up my .inputrc to perform a backwards unix-word-rubout but I'm currently failing at doing so. I have M-w mapped in my .inputrc. this does not work: "\eu": universal-argument "\ew": ...
Which application can I use to figure out what to put in .inputrc for any custom keyboard shortcut? I've tried a few, and none of them seem to be usable: showkey, showkey -a and read just print ' if ...
It would be very useful to have a user-friendly way to get an overview of the currently defined keyboard shortcuts. In other words, given the /etc/inputrc lines "\e[A": history-search-backward ...
I would like to be able to copy and paste text in the command line in Bash using the same keyboard bindings that Emacs uses by default (i.e. using C-space for set-mark, M-w to copy text, C-y, M-y to ...