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Re: Control-W word erase in tcsh
- From: schew at interzone dot com (Steve Chew)
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 14:18:11 -0400 (EDT)
- Subject: Re: Control-W word erase in tcsh
- Reply-to: schew at interzone dot com (Steve Chew)
>> Using the latest Cygwin under Win98 and Win2k (though this has occured
>> in all versions of Cygwin I've used). When I try to use a Control-W under tcsh
>> it erases the entire line instead of just the previous word. It happens
>Default setting in tcsh.
>> whether I'm in the console or using an xterm (rxvt). It works properly
>> when using bash.
>> Is there an option that I can set to make it work? Or perhaps a
>> termcap entry that needs to be modified?
>Did you try `man tcsh'?
Sigh. OK, sometimes I'm an idiot. :) I always thought that the
word-erase was set by stty, but that's not the case in tcsh. Instead
it needs bindkey. Thanks for the pointer.
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