These directives apply only to TCC command line editing. They are only effective at the prompt. The command line editing keys are:

 

AddFile

Keeps filename completion entry and adds another

AliasExpand

Expands aliases on the command line

CommandEscape

Allows direct entry of a keystroke

DelHistory

Deletes a history list entry

DirWinOpen

Opens the directory history window

EndHistory

Displays the last entry in the history list

Help

Invokes this help system

HelpWord

Invokes help for the word at the cursor

HistWinOpen

Opens the command history window

LastHistory

Recall the last history entry

LFNToggle

Toggles between long and short filenames

LineToEnd

Copies a line to the end of the history, then executes it

NextFile

Gets the next matching filename

NextHistory

Recalls the next command from the history

NormalEditKey

Deassigns a command line editing key

PopFile

Opens the filename completion window

PrevFile

Gets the previous matching filename

PrevHistory

Recalls the previous command from the history

Redo

Redo the previous undo

RepeatFile

Repeats previous match during filename completion

Regex

Invokes the regular expression analyzer dialog

SaveHistory

Saves the command line without executing it

Undo

Undo the last edit

VariableExpand

Expand variables on the command line