Subject: ^W killed my line
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From: Julian Coleman <J.D.Coleman@newcastle.ac.uk>
Date: 02/27/2000 18:34:15
Now I've got most of my machines to 1.4R, I notice that /bin/sh is linked
with libedit. This is a nice feature, apart from one thing that is annoying
me. The default setting of werase is ^W. However, ^W acts just like kill.
If I change werase to something else (say ^F) it works like werase should.
Is this just my setup?
PS. History editing for multi-line commands is also a little, er, wacky.
My other computer also runs NetBSD