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If you are using csh, try "set filec".


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Term::ReadLine::Zoid::Emacs(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			  Term::ReadLine::Zoid::Emacs(3pm)

Term::ReadLine::Zoid::Emacs - a readline emacs mode SYNOPSIS
This class is used as a mode under Term::ReadLine::Zoid, see there for usage details. DESCRIPTION
This mode provides some emacs key-bindings, taking the bash(1) implementation as a reference. This module also provides a 'emac_multiline' key map. KEY MAPPING
These bindings are additional to those in Term::ReadLine::Zoid which already contains some emacs key bindings. escape, ^[ (prefix_meta) meta-f (forward_word) meta-b (backward_word) ^X^V (switch_mode_command) Enter (vi) command mode. Taken from zsh(1). ^V, ^Q (quoted_insert) Insert next key literally, ignoring any key-bindings. WARNING: control or escape chars in the editline can cause unexpected results TODO
Get count args right (see bash reference) A lot more bindings A emacs multiline mode AUTHOR
Jaap Karssenberg (Pardus) <> Copyright (c) 2004 Jaap G Karssenberg. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
Term::ReadLine::Zoid perl v5.8.7 2005-08-07 Term::ReadLine::Zoid::Emacs(3pm)

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