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Re: Configuring Keys F1 to F12
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- From: Dan Nelson <dnelson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: zzapper <david@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Configuring Keys F1 to F12
- Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2011 10:27:26 -0600
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In the last episode (Feb 11), zzapper said:
> Anthony Charles wrote in news:20110211095705.GD17063@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
> > On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 05:39:54PM +0000, zzapper wrote:
> >> Anthony Charles wrote in news:20110210153454.GC17063@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
> >> > bindkey -s '^v<F7>' 'ls -l'
> >> Anthony thanks works a treat:-
> >> what I failed to realise is that you have to actually type
> >> (Control-v F7)
> >> which on my system displays as:-
> >> bindkey -s "^[[18~" 'ls -l'
> >> Yhis is going to be hyper useful : thanks
> > You're welcome, sorry for being unclear.
> Anthony my fault not yours; I've just realized where I was BLOCKING!
> I was trying to enter the bindkey straight into my zsh config file whereas
> i should have been generating the key sequence on the command line
> bindkey -s "^[[18~" 'ls -l'
> goes into ~/.zshrc
You could use something like this:
# usage: bindtc <cap> <default> <string>
[[ -n $keyval ]] bindkey -s $keyval $3
I use something similar to bind commands to things like pgup and pgdn, whose
escape sequences vary across terminals. With it, you can run:
bindtc k7 "^[[18~" 'ls -l'
which will use the termcap entry for F7, or if it's missing, will fall back
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