Thursday, 18 July 2019

readline with bash's read -e

Want to use bash's read -e for full editing and readline support, but without bash completion or exposing the bash history?

bind -f /dev/stdin <<<"set disable-completion on"
HISTSIZE=0 HISTIGNORE="*" HISTFILE=/dev/null read -e ...


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