[OS X Emacs] How to efficiently work with shells/term? drag & drop, history, several instances
Hofert Jan Marius
marius.hofert at math.ethz.ch
Thu Sep 22 11:21:42 EDT 2011
On 2011-09-22, at 17:11 , Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 22.09.2011 um 13:33 schrieb Hofert Jan Marius:
> > (2) using the up-arrow in a (bash-)shell does not activate the
> > history,
> Why should it? The *shell* buffer is a normal text buffer, not a terminal,
okay, I understand. Thanks for the explanation, Peter.
> so the cursor can be moved around. If you want some stricter terminal behaviour, read about and then use term and eshell. (M-p/M-n also browse in the history.)
> There is also an option that the cursor stays at the end of the line when it's moved vertically.
> Hard Disk, n.:
> A device that allows users to delete vast quantities of data with simple mnemonic commands.
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