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commit dc58f0f5d771b570bdc59fca3d5ad5eb4c3f39d0 (patch)
parent a9dbc1328302feb6aad2ed8bcfa6e5de883b4a87
Author: Alex Karle <>
Date:   Wed, 21 Aug 2019 21:49:28 -0400

readline: use standard tab completion

This is an experimental shakeup. I've spent a year with this vim-style
tab completion (in fact it was the first and only setting in my original

However, I find that bash has high-stakes scenarios where you *really*
don't want to tab-complete the wrong thing. So while this is usually
useful, I want to dial back my trigger happiness with the TAB key :)

May revert later...

Mbash/inputrc | 4----
1 file changed, 0 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/bash/inputrc b/bash/inputrc @@ -4,10 +4,6 @@ set show-mode-in-prompt on set vi-cmd-mode-string "\1\e[1;93m\2:\1\e[0m\2 " set vi-ins-mode-string "\1\e[1;92m\2+\1\e[0m\2 " -# tab completion -Tab: menu-complete -"\e[Z": menu-complete-backward - set keymap vi-command Control-l: clear-screen