[lldb-dev] Using control+left/right arrow to jump between words in the prompt
Greg Clayton via lldb-dev
lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Jan 11 11:07:15 PST 2016
So anything that is missing can be added to your ~/.editrc file since LLDB uses the editline library and that reads .editrc file.
Examples of what you can add to your .editrc file:
lldb:bind '^[[5C' vi-next-word
lldb:bind '^[[5D' vi-prev-word
lldb:bind '^D' ed-delete-next-char
lldb:bind '^B' ed-command
lldb:bind '^P' ed-search-prev-history
lldb:bind '^N' ed-search-next-history
For more info, just type "man editrc" at your shell command line.
If you think any such bindings should be included by default, please file a bug and suggest what you think should be added by default. If you do add something you should think if the binding should be for vi or emacs bindings by default as these bindings often would differ between the two.
> On Jan 9, 2016, at 12:06 PM, Ori Avtalion via lldb-dev <lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> I tried using lldb (and the Swift repl, which uses it), and found it
> very annoying that the CTRL+left/right arrow key sequence isn't
> handled correctly, spewing ;5D and ;5C instead.
> I'm used to be able to hit Ctrl+left/right to jump between words in
> almost any editing software.
> Is it a feature that would be welcome?
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