Re: can't the shell do a better job
El Mar 04 Ene 2005 08:10, Maurits van Rees escribió:
> On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 11:01:32AM +0100, Dani Belz wrote:
> > Let's assume I search for 'cdrecord'. I find several entries in
> > history, but not the one I was searching for. So I do a C-a C-k or a
> > C-u to get an empty prompt again. But now, I am somewhere in the
> > middle of the history. Is there a possibility to jump to the end of
> > history again? Let me clearify this a bit:
> Try "ALT+>", so the ALT key and the "greater than" key. [On my
> keyboard that is "SHIFT+."] That should bring you to the end of the
> history. "ALT+<" brings you to the begin.
Talking about shells, I've recently moved from bash to zsh (I got tired of
bash's poor command completion). zshl is awesome! It's much more powerful
than any shell I've used before.
I have one problem though, I didn't find the way to remove a specific entry
from the history ( in bash I can easily do this with the command 'history -d
Anybody know how to do this?