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Re: [Qemu-devel] [Bug 1662468] Re: [feature request] qemu-img convert sh

From: Max Reitz
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] [Bug 1662468] Re: [feature request] qemu-img convert should respond to control-T like dd
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2017 15:04:42 +0100
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[removed LP from CC, but kept qemu-devel because everyone is interested]

On 08.02.2017 02:29, Laszlo Ersek wrote:
> On 02/08/17 00:22, Max Reitz wrote:
>> That should be simple enough to implement considering we have this
>> behavior already on SIGUSR1. Unfortunately, I wouldn't be able to test
>> it because Linux apparently doesn't implement SIGINFO...
>> Max
>> PS: By the way, thanks for the information. I didn't know about SIGINFO at 
>> all. Well, now I have mapped Ctrl-T to SIGUSR1 in my terminal emulator so I 
>> don't have to feel quite as inferior...
> By that you may have lost the following Readline action:
>        transpose-chars (C-t)
>               Drag the character before point forward over the charac-
>               ter at point, moving point forward as well.  If point is
>               at  the  end  of  the line, then this transposes the two
>               characters before point.   Negative  arguments  have  no
>               effect.
> I'm sure you've been using that all the time... ;)

More importantly, I forgot that C-T is my shortcut in vim for going back
the cscope stack. I accidentally killed vim twice until I figured out
what "Vim: Caught deadly signal USR1" means.

I then put it on Ctrl-Alt-T. :-)


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