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Re: How to kill string but leave it in history?

On Thu, 16 Jan 1997 10:21:41 -0800, "Bart Schaefer" <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> Or push-line-or-edit, which acts like push-line at the PS1 prompt, but
> at the PS2 prompt acts like push-input followed by get-line.

Jeez, how did I miss when that one got added?  (Or, cough, how did I
miss it two entries under push-input this morning?)  I'd suggest this
doc change over the other one.

--- Doc/zshparam.man.~1~	Tue Aug 13 16:24:13 1996
+++ Doc/zshparam.man	Thu Jan 16 14:15:05 1997
@@ -685,6 +685,8 @@
 Recognizes the same escape sequences as \fB$PS1\fP.
 The default is "%_> ", which displays any shell constructs or quotation
 marks which are currently being processed.
+The best way to edit the continuation text along with the initial part
+of the command is to use the \fBpush-line-or-edit\fP editor command.
 .B PS3
 Selection prompt used within a \fBselect\fP loop.

Roderick Schertler

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