3 votes

Zsh bindkey map Ctrl+c To Ctrl+p

^C is the interrupt character for the system's terminal driver by default, what you press to abort things like commands or long running completions, etc. The shell is not involved in that. You'd need ...
Stéphane Chazelas's user avatar
1 vote

Backspace issue with the FreeBSD terminal

stty has nothing to do with it. That controls the line discipline. The line discipline reacts to characters as they come down the virtual wire to the kernel virtual terminal. At that point, the input ...
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1 vote

Understanding bind mapping to switch between emacs and vi modes

I expect what's happening is that when trying it out manually the "\C-z" is getting caught by the terminal itself as the "suspend" character. Hence the readline built into bash ...
Apple's user avatar
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