[ltp] terminal bip
Mon, 10 Nov 2003 23:50:55 +0100
> Add this to /etc/inputrc
> # Show all if ambiguous.
> set show-all-if-ambiguous on
You can also change your tab behavior by entering in the same file:
Then you can cycle through possible matches by pressing tab.
> The information about inputrc is somewhere inside 'info bash'.
Or 'man bash' and look for the READLINE chapter. There's a list of all
possibilities. Bash is like science fiction. ;-)
BTW: Does anybody have a clou how to define a sequence of commands
(macro) in inputrc and call it on pressing a certain key? I mean I know
how to call single commands on keypress, but I can't figure out the
syntax for macro definition.
> While I'm on the subject, installing 'bash-completion' is really
> worthwhile - it makes the completion more intelligent.
Was always wondering about that...can it do "process matching" for the
kill command? Or maybe a mixture of possible-completions and