[erlang-questions] A better shell.

YourSurrogateGod <>
Tue Sep 16 23:40:47 CEST 2008


Another annoyance is that I'm unable to use the Delete key. I have to
use the Backspace key only if I want to take out an offending
character.

On Sep 16, 4:13 pm, YourSurrogateGod <>
wrote:
> On Sep 16, 1:43 pm, Lev Walkin <> wrote:
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> > YourSurrogateGod wrote:
> > > Yeh, but I should be able to customize it as I see fit and bend it to
> > > my will. I don't want to come across as whining, but it seems silly
> > > that you can't have the program behave as you see fit.
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> > Good luck adding Cmd+A / Cmd+A sequences to Microsoft Word :)
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> > > On Sep 15, 11:59 pm, Lev Walkin <> wrote:
> > >> YourSurrogateGod wrote:
> > >>> I'm used to working with Bash and Z-shell on my Linux PC. They're both
> > >>> great at what they do. I can hit the Home and End keys and go either
> > >>> the front or back of the command. Is there a way to replicate the same
> > >>> behavior in the Erlang shell? It does some neat things, but having
> > >>> those features really make it come alive.
> > >>> Thoughts?
> > >> I think in Bash you better use Cmd+A (beginning of the string)
> > >> and Cmd+E (End of the string), this way you won't notice a difference
> > >> between Erlang shell and Bash.
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> > >> --
> > >> vlm
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> Now now, don't get me started ^_^.
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