matt.lawrence at virgin.net
Wed Feb 23 17:40:40 GMT 2011
David Cantrell wrote:
> $ svn add lib/Hlagh/Blagh.pm
> $ svn commit
> $ vi !($^*%*$
> What line-noise should I type to get the last argument to the command
> two steps back in my history? Obviously I only care about bash.
> And in the general case, what gives me the Nth argument from the command
> M steps back in my history?
That's the last argument on the line two steps back
The 2nd to the last arguments on the same line
svn add file1 file2 file3
One handy thing I only learnt recently is Ctrl+Alt+e to expand those
things in place, but it has a nasty habit of removing quotes from things
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