James Ewing Cottrell 3rd
JECottrell3 at Comcast.NET
Sat Dec 16 12:44:07 EST 2006
no, No, NO!
Learn the emacs editing keys. Whether you prefer vi or emacs as an
editor, the emacs keys are clearly superior for command line editing as
they are unmoded. And many X Windows tools use emacs keystrokes by default.
Matt Good wrote:
>It's also worth noting that if Vi users want to use Vi shortcuts to
>navigate the command line they can add this to ~/.inputrc:
>set editing-mode vi
>set keymap vi
>This works on all programs that use the readline library, so it'll work
>for other apps like the MySQL, Python or Ruby shells.
>-- Matt Good
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