TCSH question ...
Sun Feb 28 23:02:00 GMT 1999
You will find the patches and the binaries of TCSH (yes, it's
like CSH with extensions) on
The README also contains the URL of the original sources, if you
David's Lightspeed Email wrote:
> February 26th, 1999
> Where did you get the TCSH from? Is it free under the GPL like CygWin?
> I come from a background using Berkeley's C-Shell, and am always tripping
> over myself trying to use the BSH and BASH. My assumtion is that TCSH is
> going to be similar to CSH. . .
> David L. Painter
> ph: (559) 292-5366 * 3
> fax:(559) 292-0410
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Corinna Vinschen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Geoff Harvey <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Friday, February 26, 1999 12:02 PM
> Subject: Re: TCSH question ...
> >Hi Geoff,
> >if you have followed the mount point discussion, it was a problem with
> >an awry installation. I don't know, what you have done in the meantime and
> >how your installation looks like, but it would be positiv, if you search
> >for a second cygwin1.dll in your search path.
> >The non-working arrow keys are strange, because they are default key
> >Do you have done a `set history = 25' or whatever value, you want to scroll
> >back in your commands? This is needed in tcsh, to get history and it should
> >be done in your .cshrc file. It's the best place for such things. Another
> >possibility is a false term setting. If you are using the standard console
> >window for input, try `setenv TERM cygwin' which points to a builtin
> >entry or, if you are using ncurses or an external termcap file (regarding
> >the usage of the right tcsh from my package), try `setenv TERM linux'.
> >Both possibilities should work.
> >Hope this helps,
> >Geoff Harvey wrote:
> >> Hey!
> >> I just recently discovered the Cygwin Project and one of your
> >> to it, a port of TCSH (I'm not a big fan of bash ;^).
> >> To make a long story short, I've been having a few problems when mucking
> >> 'round in TCSH.
> >> One of the problems is the whole mounting issue that I've been reading
> >> in the mailing list (the mounts seem to work fine under bash, but not
> >> TCSH), but I can work around it using the //x/.. directory calls.
> >> The other thing that I can't figure out (or necessarily work around) is
> >> to bind the arrow keys to searching the command stack in a particular
> >> window. Emacs commands work, but I don't know what to do ...
> >> Anyway, if I've sent this message to you under a mistaken assumption, I
> >> apologize -- just point me in the right direction and I'll quit bugging
> >> ;^)
> >> Thanks!
> >> hoaf
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