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comment How do I install git/git-svn on RHEL5 with a custom perl install?
Thanks for the resource, but can you elaborate? Are you using RHEL5 with a custom built perl and do git-svn and the git man pages work for you?
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comment Using ctrl-arrow keys with PuTTY and screen
Hah, great job! Thanks!!
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comment Using ctrl-arrow keys with PuTTY and screen
Being a VI person I like that solution better ;) But also, hitting Alt-B just feels less comfortable. Though maybe I'd get used to it after some practice.
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comment Using ctrl-arrow keys with PuTTY and screen
Well, I'm still not happy with this answer. From my linux box in gnome-terminal I can ctrl-arrow in screen. It is sending "\e[1;5C" for ctrl-right whether or not I'm using screen. Putting this in my inputrc lets me jump by words. Is there a way to get PuTTY to send the same escapes? Is this some sort of unofficial VT100 extension?
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comment Using ctrl-arrow keys with PuTTY and screen
I may go this route as well. The left ctrl key is so much easier to hit than the meta or alt keys (at least on my keyboard). Oh well.
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comment Using ctrl-arrow keys with PuTTY and screen
Thanks. Not the answer I was hoping for but now I can move on and live with this limitation or use another key binding.
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