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  • Blink matching parens in bash

    May 6th, 2009
    programming, shell, tech
    I've just discovered a really great readline setting: "blink-matching-paren". It makes readline (and so bash) signal whether parens match, just as emacs does. When writing complex bash expressions on the command line it's really very helpful.
    ~/.inputrc:
    set blink-matching-paren on

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