GNU Readline is a software library that provides line-editing and history capabilities for interactive programs with a command-line interface, such as Bash. It is currently maintained by Chet Ramey as part of the GNU Project. This series looks at some of the features of this powerful library.
The power of GNU Readline - part 2
In part 1 we looked at some Control key and Meta key sequences as well as the Backspace and DEL keys in the context of GNU Readline.
The full-length notes (available here) contain a brief summary of what we covered and introduce cutting and pasting the GNU Readline way, with some examples.
Comment #1 posted on 2018-03-31 19:52:18 by Hipstre
GNU Readline 2
Enjoying the series. I am doing a tutorial on creating a LisP in C (which I heard about on HPR) and it uses Readline. So I came back to listen to this series. I always learn something. There's always an "Aha!" moment. Thanks!
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