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This can also be accomplished using find space, move forward, delete word. "\eq": "\C-]\ \C-f\C-w"
RET : "" Then use C-j from now on to enter commands, or remap "\C-e":"\C-j" Note: I also map "\C-t": "\C-aecho \C-j" which runs my current command with echo prefaced. I think Control - t(est).
Okay, so here's what I ended up doing. I pulled the actual key names from /usr/include/linux/input.h. There's a section where the keycode names are defined that looks like: #define KEY_RIGHTMETA 126 #define KEY_COMPOSE 127 #define KEY_STOP 128 /* AC Stop */ #define KEY_AGAIN 129 #define KEY_PROPS ...
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