Given a very long single command at the command line in Windows, I'd like to simply copy that command into clipboard.
I am just looking for the ubiquitous Shift-End , Ctrl-C type functionality almost all editors have.
I DON'T want to use Mark (yes, even in QuickEdit mode), which requires me to select the block, paste it somewhere, and remove the carriage returns manually.
Granted, this isn't that hard, but I have a (reasonable) scenario where I am doing this quite a bit and it becomes a hassle.
Cygwin is also not an option, since it does a few things differently, which won't work for my scenario.
Edit, Chosen Answer:
I went with a combination of romandas' and crchad's answers, I am now using the "Console" program for multiple tabs and romandas' suggestion of the "clip" program totally improved the flow:
- Type out my lengthy command and run it
- Hit up for previous command and add |clip to the end
- Hit Home, add echo to the beginning
MUCH Faster than the block editing I was doing before. Thanks!