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Re: bash ignoring .inputrc (or am I dumb)

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: bash ignoring .inputrc (or am I dumb)
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 11:17:32 -0500

> I have ^W bound to "backward-kill-word" in my .inputrc. On FreeBSD, Red
> Hat Linux, FC4, and anything else with a bash version > 3, I can't seem
> to get this to work as I expect. I've tried adding other changes to
> .inputrc, and they don't seem to be read either. I tried setting
> $INPUTRC to $HOME/.inputrc (even though that's the default), and that
> doesn't seem to work either.

Bash picks up bindings from the stty special characters.  On bash-3.1, that
behavior is optional:  look at the `bind-tty-special-chars' readline variable.


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