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On Sat, 14 Feb 2009, Andrew Doran wrote:
> > There is one thing missing in sh's implementation of tab
> > completion: when you want to complete a command name, it instead
> > attempts to complete a file name.
> This works for me with ksh and the following [bind command]
> I will add it to shrc.
ksh already DTRT with only "set -o emacs". I don't see a need for
any extra "bind" commands. Try this:
othershell$ ( unset ENV ; PS1='ksh$ ' ksh -i )
ksh$ set -o emacs
> > If that were fixed, and if it grew a "set -o braceexpand" option,
> > then I would personally have no need for bash. (At least, I am not
> > aware of any other bash features that I rely on and that are missing
> > in /bin/sh.)
> According to the manual page ksh has this.
Yes, ksh has it. I was talking about sh.
Anyway, I suppose this is an answer to my question on the wiki about
"why ksh instead of sh".
--apb (Alan Barrett)
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