> On Sat, Dec 30, 2000 at 02:34:24AM +0100, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> > If libedit could be used as an alternative to readline depending on your
> > operating system setup then there's nothing wrong with that. NetBSD
> > already went the other way around and made libedit compatible with
> > readline.
> I had an attempt at fooling configure to look in libedit rather than
> readline, and all was OK except our libedit doesn't have "rl_special_prefixes"
> so tab-complete:105 is unhappy - I don't know what it is meant to do...
> Re licence business, one could argue hooks are there to use NetBSD libedit ;)
Agreed. It would be nice to have configure look for libedit or
libreadline, and use either automatically.
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