1. set -o vi issues on ksh
I use /bin/ksh on linux and use set -o vi, for line edits on command
line. On Solaris, it works find, with as many charecters per line, but
on LINUX, it wraps around after certain number of charecters, and
shows me only the last few charecters.
my prompt is 30 charecters long. I have notice that if I set my prompt
to more than 80 chars, it ponly shows that last few.
ths screws up in long commands on the shell command line.. like for
I have tried adjusting vi (or vim) options, by changing the EXINIT
variable/ .exrc/ .vimrc file, for nowarp/ textwidth/ wrapmargin etc..
even the cols and rows. I have seen this behaviour only when I set my
EDITOR=vi, or set -o vi.
help. I want to use ksh on linux (red hat whatever), and use set -o
vi/ and be able to type more than 80 charecters on the command line.
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