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Make command history tab-specific

Discussion in 'Support' started by oldjet, Oct 2, 2010.

  1. oldjet

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    Hi,

    I like to use the up/down keys to retrieve recently typed commands from history. When I have several tabs open while working on unrelated things, I find myself scrolling (through up/down keys) through several commands that are unrelated to the current tab or task, because they were previously entered in some other tab.

    I executed the following command:
    [C:\] history /L

    But it doesn't seem to work like I hoped it would, as I still can see other tabs' command histories in this tab when I scroll up/down.

    Any tips are appreciated.

    Thank you

    - Jet
     
  2. vefatica

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    On Sat, 02 Oct 2010 17:03:08 -0400, oldjet <> wrote:

    |I like to use the up/down keys to retrieve recently typed commands from history. When I have several tabs open while working on unrelated things, I find myself scrolling (through up/down keys) through several commands that are unrelated to the current tab or task, because they were previously entered in some other tab.
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    |Is there a way to make a tab remember only the commands that were entered in it?

    You can make each instance of TCC use a local history list. See OPTION ...
    StartUp tab.
     
  3. oldjet

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    That did the trick - thanks Vince.
     

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