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re: Man pages ksh.
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: re: Man pages ksh.
- From: dan_(_at_)_temple_(_dot_)_edu
- Date: 22 Sep 1999 15:50:17 -0000
press ESC, vi keys work from there, plus command line recall can be done
with j & k (down & up respectively, just as in vi, i add this note because
most other ksh's i have worked with have not had those)...
#From: "Majestic One" <mirror_(_dot_)_world_(_at_)_usa_(_dot_)_net>
#To: "List -- OpenBSD" <misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org>
#Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 09:29:53 +0200
#Subject: Man pages ksh.
#How would I begin writing man pages?
#Some time ago Theo de Raadt made a comment about ksh being superior to
#bash. Beeing a bash man i tried ksh out but have yet to discover the
#command line editing.
#So half of my question is how do I get command line editing in ksh?
#And the other half is how would I write a man page/man page update or
#should I simply write a .txt "KSH for the stupid"?
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