Subject: Re: New NetBSD Guide chapter: Obtaining the sources
To: Rui Paulo <rpaulo@NetBSD.org>
From: Dan LaBell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/08/2005 04:11:35
On Aug 7, 2005, at 1:39 PM, Rui Paulo wrote:
> On 2005.08.07 19:18:10 +0000, Pavel Cahyna wrote:
> | On Sun, Aug 07, 2005 at 06:10:11PM +0100, Rui Paulo wrote:
> | > On 2005.08.07 18:16:31 +0000, Pavel Cahyna wrote:
> | > | On Sun, Aug 07, 2005 at 02:25:24PM +0100, Rui Paulo wrote:
> | > | > /bin/sh on NetBSD 2.0 is even less usable than csh.
> | > |
> | > | What do you mean? /bin/sh supports command-line editing, while
> when a
> | > | cursor movement key is pressed in csh, the escape sequence is
> | > | echoed... I would't call this usable.
> | >
> | > csh supports filename completition and history on NetBSD 2.0 AFAIK.
> | > It's not enabled by default.
> | How to enable it?
> set filec
> set history = 1000
That will give the the csh default of ctrl-d to list completions , then
esc to complete
"set filec" in .exrc/.nexrc provides similiar functionality in vi.
Seems to enabled in the default .cshrc, at least on my system.