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Re: address@hidden: C-k must be repeated in "shell" to kill a line that
Re: address@hidden: C-k must be repeated in "shell" to kill a line that has a prompt]
31 Oct 2001 08:53:04 +0900
"Stefan Monnier" <monnier+gnu/address@hidden> writes:
> Maybe we should think about extending the field commands so that they
> can understand the notion of "inside a field" and "outside of any
> field". I.e. the text after the prompt is a field, but the rest is
> So a nil field-property would have a special meaning.
I guess that seems like the most reasonable approach. However in the
case of comint, input and output (including the prompt) areas both have
a non-nil field. Perhaps the field code could notice some magic text
property or something, that says `this is really outside'?
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