|Subject:||Re: Feature: Easily remove current command from history|
|Date:||Mon, 4 Jan 2016 16:05:24 -0600|
Take into account that many options have been provided (history -d, the space
prefix, even editing .bash_history yourself).
But you request a single key stroke to do this... why?
If you enter a password by mistake in your shell, and it gets recorded, then
you go and clean up. It's not hard to do.
But since you request a simple-and-easy way of doing this, it seems like you do
this a lot... which you shouldn't! :-)
Now, it is up to you to convince Chet that it is so important to have a simple
shortcut to do this. IMO, it isn't.
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