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Re: Bash 3.00.16(7), paste-from-clipboard binding reset after command execution
- From: zango <z_a_n_g_o at yahoo dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2005 05:37:32 -0700 (PDT)
- Subject: Re: Bash 3.00.16(7), paste-from-clipboard binding reset after command execution
>>On Sun, 10 Jul 2005, Kirill Yarosh wrote:
>> I have following line in my .inputrc:
>> "\C-v": paste-from-clipboard
>> When the bash starts ^V binded to quoted-insert.
>> $ bind -p | grep '"\\C-v'
>> "\C-v": quoted-insert
>> When I force bash to re-read-init-file with
>> ^V bounded to paste-from-clipboard but until
>> key will pressed( until next command ).
>> After execution of new command the binding returns
>> Is it sane behavior ?
>No, this is almost certainly not sane behavior. See
if your .inputrc is
>overridden somewhere (can be done by "bind" commands
in any bash script).
>Other than that, you'll need to debug this further
I am seeing the same problem. I had a working cygwin
installation. I downloaded a new package which
wouldn't work with the existing bash shell. So, I
updated the core libraries/bash and Control-V - mapped
to "paste-from-clipboard" in my .inputrc stopped
working. "bind -p" now shows \C-v is mapped to Quoted
bind -f ~/.inputrc doesn't work either :(
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