Right now, setenv and set don't execute as they are not shell command, but builtins.
>setenv ASE /user/ Failed to execute child process "setenv" (No such file or directory). The variables can be set in emelfm2, but not read back. >echo $name (25964) $name >echo $name (25964) returned '0' adam=5name=trLastly, is there a way to bind <Down> and <Enter> to a Key, using the 'key bindings' configuration editor in emelfm2? I tried command.down, command.<Down>, <Down>, down, etc.
On Fri, 25 Jul 2008 14:31:22 -0500 Adam Krolnik <adam.krolnik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:1. In trying to move from xterm to emelfm2, I am trying to port my alises over. I noticed that there is no way to set additional environment variables or shell variables.Has there been any thought to supporting 'setenv ...' and set ... ?I can't think of any reason why setenv and set would not work, now. An emelFM2 internal variable can be stored by a command of the form 'NAME=VALUE', retrieved by '$NAME', and cleared by 'NAME='. A command '=VALUE' will list the name of any variable with that value, and just '=' will list all internal variables with their values.2. Is there a way to select a command from the command history and insert it into the commandpane ?<Up> or <Down> keypress. BTW, as of the recent pre-release, <Ctrl><Down> pops up a menu of the commands history, the same as when the combobox button is clicked.I'd like to make a hot key to repeat the last typed command.Need 2 actual keypresses - <Down> then <Enter> Regards Tom
-- Soli Deo Gloria Adam Krolnik Director of Design Verification VeriSilicon Inc. Plano TX. 75074 Co-author "Assertion-Based Design", "Creating Assertion-Based IP"