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Re: The humble <DEL> and other editing keys
- From: "Lee D. Rothstein" <lee at veritech dot com>
- To: "Elfyn McBratney" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Cc: "cygwin" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 14:26:09 -0500
- Subject: Re: The humble <DEL> and other editing keys
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See my comments and further questions, below.
At 2003-02-14 06:18 PM +0000, Elfyn McBratney wrote:
> I want <DEL> to do what any self-respecting <DEL>
> should do, namely delete the character at the cursor.
In bash you can add the following
# DEL key in bash
to your ~/.inputrc or your /etc/inputrc file to get
a functioning DEL key.
* ~/.inputrc works. /etc/inputrc doesn't. Why?
* Is there documentation for this? Specific to Cygwin? Or,
not necessary due to complete compatibility. Does
terminfo, play a role, here?
* How does one go about writing documentation for Cygwin?
* What are the names of the forward and backward word keys
in 'bash', and how do I set them to <CTRL-right-arrow> and
<CTRL-left-arrow>. (I have the environment variable,
'EDITOR', set to 'TextPad".)
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