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Fabien Wernli firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu, 4 Nov 2010 09:01:35 GMT
On Wed, Nov 03, 2010 at 02:43:46PM -0700, Bryan Stansell wrote: > And I'm all for making it more generic as well...perhaps by making the 'k' command programmable - in the sense that you can associate a command with any character ([a-z0-9]) after 'k' and give it a label so you know what the command is supposed to do. > > So, 'k' for 'k'ommand...or perhaps even '!' to invoke a command? Harder to type, but consistent with vi, for example. Great. I vote for '!'. Also, maybe it would be interesting to have a distinction between commands that output something or not on std(err|out).