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Re: mksh import
> On FreeBSD '/bin/sh -o emacs' is quite decent for the interactive
> use, with the command line history and some editing abilities.
> Similarly, IIRC, /bin/ksh on NetBSD.
Or /bin/sh on NetBSD, as far as I can tell. It's what I use when my
tools aren't available. (Well, actually, more often, I have an
already-started sh, in which case I use "set -o emacs".)
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