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Re: Readline-like ^W behavior

Haakon Riiser wrote:
> I'm a little confused here now:  bash(1) and readline(3) state
> that ^W is by default bound to unix-word-rubout, which uses
> whitespace for word boundaries:

Yes, what I was saying was that `normal' bash/readline word functions, in
particular backward-kill-word (escape backspace), use alphanumeric word
characters, and trying to confirm that you were using what you are
indeed using.  Everything is the way you expect.

Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxx>                  Software Engineer
CSR Ltd., Science Park, Milton Road,
Cambridge, CB4 0WH, UK                          Tel: +44 (0)1223 692070

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