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Concurrent Process Enhancements in Epsilon 11

  • Press <Tab> at a prompt in the process buffer, and Epsilon will complete the filename or command name you're typing.

  • Epsilon now recognizes password prompts in the process buffer as it does in telnet buffers. It arranges things so you can type the password without it echoing, appearing in the process buffer, or being recorded for show-last-keys. You can set the recognize-password-prompt variable to disable this feature, or use the send-invisible command to manually enter a hidden password in this fashion.

  • In the process buffer, the find-linked-file command on Ctrl-X Ctrl-L now goes to the error message on the current line.

  • The new command process-backward-kill-word makes it harder to accidentally delete a prompt, while process-yank asks for confirmation before yanking multiline regions if they would be interpreted as a series of commands.

  • You can use Alt-n and Alt-p in the process buffer to recall individual previous commands you've typed. Now a numeric prefix argument like Ctrl-u before these commands displays a list of all your previous commands.

  • When you try to delete a process buffer, Epsilon tries to make it exit first using the exit-process command.



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