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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 19 2000 5:32pm
Subject:Re: -ldl dlopen - C compile problem
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>Thimble Smith (tim@stripped) writes:
>
>>  P.S.  Don't use csh.  Especially if you're new to Unix, start off
>>  right! <a little personal piece of advice> :)
>
>ksh is nicer, especially the command line editing/re-editing features.  If the
>machine doesn't know anything about arrow keys on your machine "set -o vi" is
>a big help, too :)  Command line editing, for me, made the switch vorthwile -
>I'd never go back :)


So ... what is the MySQL question here? :-)

tcsh has command line editing, too.  Either vi or emacs style.
(Disclaimer: I'm biased.)

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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  • Re: -ldl dlopen - C compile problemPaul DuBois19 Feb
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