Quick and Temporary Named Commands

svn up -r PREV # revert
* Add comment with # in your command * Later you can search that command on that comment with CTRL+R In the title command, you could search it later by invoking the command search tool by first typing CTRL+R and then typing "revert"
Sample Output
U    index.php
Updated to revision 12401.

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