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Re: code completition / cannot delete characters
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- From: Michael Worobcuk <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: code completition / cannot delete characters
- Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 20:19:39 +0100
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Am 10.03.2007 um 18:15 schrieb Bart Schaefer:
What happens if you start with "zsh -f" so that we're not dealing with
any possible oddities from /etc/z* or ~/.z* files?
[hanno: /home/hanno]> zsh -f
yourhost% bindkey -v
yourhost% autoload -U compinit
yourhost% compinit -D
yourhost% cd /us<TAB>
(Your local machine name should appear instead of "yourhost" above,
and <TAB> means press the tab key.)
Does anything not shown there happen at any step along the way?
No, it is all like above:
[hanno: /home/hanno]>zsh -f
[hanno: /home/hanno]>bindkey -v
[hanno: /home/hanno]>autoload -U compinit
[hanno: /home/hanno]>compinit -D
[hanno: /home/hanno]>cd /us
[hanno: /home/hanno]>env | egrep '^(TERM|VISUAL|EDITOR|PS1)' | cat -v
the completion still garbled?
yes, I am sorry, but it is.
} > - the output of:
} > env | egrep '^(TERM|VISUAL|EDITOR|PS1)$' | sed 's/[[:cntrl]]/?/g'
There should be one more colon in there, it's [[:cntrl:]] but that
still might not work if you don't have a very modern sed. Also the
"$" at the end of the pattern is a typo, too, that grep won't match
anything. A more useful approach might be
env | egrep '^(TERM|VISUAL|EDITOR|PS1)' | cat -v
} I cannot delete the "cd /us"
} Strange hmm?
I'm beginning to think we're entirely on the wrong track here and this
is just a problem with invisible characters in your prompt string.
Thus suggesting that you start from "zsh -f" (which is always a good
technique, to make sure that the problem isn't something that you have
I started the zsh with zsh -f, but the problems stay the same.
I found out, that the combination <ctrl + a> doesn't work, as I
expected the cursor to jump to the beginning of the line.
Thats what happens:
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