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Re: code completition / cannot delete characters
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- From: Micah Cowan <micah@xxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: code completition / cannot delete characters
- Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 11:51:33 -0800
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Michael Worobcuk wrote:
Am 10.03.2007 um 01:12 schrieb Micah Cowan:
I would like to see:
- the output of:
env | egrep '^(TERM|VISUAL|EDITOR|PS1)$' | sed 's/[[:cntrl]]/?/g'
[hanno: /home/hanno]>env | egrep '^(TERM|VISUAL|EDITOR|PS1)$' | sed
sed: 1: "s/[[:cntrl]]/?/g": unbalanced brackets ()
Whoops! How about plugging 's/[[:cntrl:]]/?g' into that instead?
: env | egrep '^(TERM|VISUAL|EDITOR|PS1)$' | sed 's/[[:cntrl:]]/?/g'
- ESPECIALLY: do you have a program called "script"? If so, run it,
reproduce the completion problem in the shell it spawns, and then exit
that shell. It will produce a file named "typescript"; either make
that available somewhere and link to it in your reply, or else send it
to me directly (I'm not sure the list will appreciate such a file
being sent out), and I'll post a link to it for anyone else who's
Yes, I have that program. But I am afraid it will not help solving my
problem, since you would only see the result of the problem.
Anyway, it is very short so I am posting it:
[hanno: /home/hanno]>cat typescript
Script started on Sat Mar 10 16:35:25 2007
[hanno: /home/hanno]>cd /us
It is probably longer than you believe. typescript will also contain the
normally invisible escape sequences that zsh sends to your terminal to
tell it to erase the first cd /usr/src (which you won't see if you cat it.
Just make sure to run script, do the whole tab thing so that it won't
erase the first "cd /usr/src", and then provide the literal version of
that script. :)
Hm... you don't have infocmp. Do you have an /etc/termcap? If so, could
you provide it (it's probably too large to put on list)?
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