^C show up on bash command line
On 2010-09-28 03:25 +0200, T o n g wrote:
> Now,when pressing ^C to abolish changes to bash command, the actual ^C
> will show up where the cursor is. IIRC, previously it wasn't like this --
> editing aborted with actual command intact, without being messed up with
This looked like a bug to me, but it was actually added deliberately.
> Is it possible to get back the old bash ^C behaviour?
$ echo 'set echo-control-characters off' >> ~/.inputrc
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