> But really, NOTHING beats the old Apollo "display manager" where you could
> view, edit, and even do search/replace in your type-ahead buffer! Sigh.
This is possible with both bash and tcsh. You can view command in your
history (usually by just clicking the UP arrow on a well configured
system), edit whichever command using vi or emacs keystrokes. Read the man
page for bash and check out 'set -o emacs'.
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Marge's wedding ring] It symbolizes that she's my property, and I own
her." -- Homer J. Simpson
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