Zsh Mailing List Archive
Messages sorted by:
Re: history commands coming out wrong
- X-seq: zsh-users 499
- From: greg haygood <greg@xxxxxxxx>
- To: John Patoskie <jozef@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: history commands coming out wrong
- Date: Thu, 07 Nov 1996 13:26:33 -0500
- Cc: zsh-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
actually, i see it with 'bindkey -e', but not with 'bindkey -v'.
i can reproduce the problem with:
> bindkey -e
> ll /usr/local/src
then hitting ^W (for deleting the prev word) will produce
> ll ll
> ls -l /usr/local/src
then ^W works fine.
neither problems shows up when i do bindkey -v
so i'm guessing some conflict between alias and bindkey and history?
btw, if you couldn't guess, ll = 'ls -l', but then ls = /bin/ls
where LS_OPTIONS = '--8bit --color=yes -F -g -T 0' for the GNU color ls
a quick check with a different alias (p='ps -f') doesn't produce the same
type of conflict as with the GNU ls, so maybe that can help the powers that
be determine the exact problem?
At 12:08 11/7/96 -0600, you wrote:
>Do you get the same results in bindkey -e mode and bindkey -v
>mode? I only get history problems with bindkey -v set.
>On Nov 7, 12:44pm, greg haygood wrote:
>> Subject: Re: history commands coming out wrong
>> I'm also getting the messed up history lines.
>> Linux 2.0.24, zsh 3.0.1
>> allexport autocd autolist autonamedirs nobeep cdablevars chaselinks correct
>> extendedglob lobdots histignoredups histnostore interactive listtypes
>> login longlistjobs
>> markdirs pathdirs pushdminus pushdtohome recexact shinstdin
>> At 07:48 11/5/96 -0600, Gerald Skerbitz wrote:
>> >Yes. I'm having the screwed up lines all over the place when going through
>> >history. This problem has existed since 2.6-beta8 or so. It got fixed
>> >release or two (was great in 2.6-beta13) but it appears it's back again.
>> >3.0.0 Sun Solaris 2.4
>> >allexport alwaystoend appendhistory autocd automenu autonamedirs autopushd
>> >nobgnice cdablevars completeinword extendedglob globdots histignoredups
>> >ignoreeof interactive interactivecomments listtypes menucomplete monitor
>> >nonomatch pathdirs pushdignoredups pushdminus pushdsilent pushdtohome
>> >shinstdin zle
>> > On Mon, 4 Nov 1996, Timothy J Luoma wrote:
>> >> zsh-3.0.1 compiled fine, but it is still way too slow when drawing
>> >> the PROMPT and RPROMPT.
>> >> Also, using the UP arrow to go back through history commands ends
>> >> up with screwed up lines (mangled commands, old and new combined,
>> >> etc).
>> >> Anyone else having similar problems?
>> >> I'm using Stuart.app 2.6.3+ under NS 3.3 patch1
>> >> TjL, still using 2.6-beta13
>> >Gerald Skerbitz <gsker@xxxxxxxxxxx> U of MN Med School Admin 6-5379
>> >Home St. Paul,Ramsey County,Minnesota, USA
>> greg haygood Web Developer
>> greg@xxxxxxxx InterWeb, Inc
>> bsdac.uchicago.edu/~g-haygood/ www.iweb.net
>> God put me on Earth to accomplish a certain number of things. At this
>> point, I'm so far behind, I will never die. -- Calvin
>>-- End of excerpt from greg haygood
greg haygood Web Developer
greg@xxxxxxxx InterWeb, Inc
God put me on Earth to accomplish a certain number of things. At this
point, I'm so far behind, I will never die. -- Calvin
Messages sorted by: