Subject: Re: ^W killed my line
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From: Julian Coleman <J.D.Coleman@newcastle.ac.uk>
Date: 02/28/2000 13:14:05
> emacs bindings dictate that ^W is bound to kill-region.
> I typically bind ^W to kill-previous-word and ^X^K to kill-region.
> You might want to edit your .inputrc to reflect this (or does -ledit
> not use .inputrc, e.g. I am thinking of something else?).
I don't have a .inputrc. Presumably, that's for something else. Anyway,
isn't werase the stty equivalent of emacs' kill-previous-word? Thus,
shouldn't sh/libedit behave in the same fashion if I have either :
stty werase ^W
stty werase ^F
My other computer also runs NetBSD