List files

Esc-/ Esc-/
Shortcut to list files in the current path.

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By: strzel_a
2010-11-17 23:24:11

What Others Think

That was nice. Just wondering if there is a way to further customize this - like adding switches to ls (e.g. ls -laF)
b_t · 409 weeks and 5 days ago
Add the following lines to your .inputrc: "\el": "ls\n" "\eL": "ls -lh\n" With this, alt-l or esc-l will list current files, and L will do ls -lh. You can mess around with this to do all kinds of fun things (like having a keybinding for sshing to a particular machine, or just pasting some boilerplate text in).
royalawesome · 409 weeks and 1 day ago
Tab Tab gives me the same list...
slu · 408 weeks and 6 days ago

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