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Rob on Programming: Inputrc for bash history completion using up/down arrows

# Source:
# http://robertmarkbramprogrammer.blogspot.com/2008/08/inputrc-for-bash-history-completion.html

# By default up/down are bound to previous-history
# and next-history respectively. The following does the
# same but gives the extra functionality where if you
# type any text (or more accurately, if there is any text
# between the start of the line and the cursor),
# the subset of the history starting with that text
# is searched (like 4dos for e.g.).
# Note to get rid of a line just Ctrl-C
"\e[B": history-search-forward
"\e[A": history-search-backward

$if Bash
# F10 toggles mc on and off
# Note Ctrl-o toggles panes on and off in mc
"\e[21~": "mc\C-M"

#do history expansion when space entered
Space: magic-space
$endif

# Include system wide settings which are ignored
# by default if one has their own .inputrc
$include /etc/inputrc
bash  completion  history  shell  inputrc  configfile  mc  movein 
april 2013 by kme
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