On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 11:13:49AM +0100 or thereabouts, kevin lyda wrote:
> On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 10:04:48AM +0000, Conor Daly wrote:
> > Got a user here who's used to using <ESC> for filename completion. He's now
> > come up against <TAB> for all the completion stuff in bash. He was thinking
> > he'd like to have <ESC> do what <TAB> does. I thought initially of xmodmap
> > but that could get upsetting in vi and stuff. Had a look at the man page
> > for bash and got no help there. Anyway, the question is, Is there a way to
> > have <TAB> functionality transferred to <ESC> without losing <ESC>
> > functionality?
>> what does adding
>> ESC: complete
>> do when you add it to your ~/.inputrc? search for inputrc in the bash
> man page for more info.
Yup, that does it. Must read more. BTW, a double-ESC already does this.
Is there something that a single ESC does that I've wiped out by mapping to
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