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yank-options: preference variable

Default value: 0

Bits in this variable can be used to customize aspects of the yank command. The 1 bit alters what happens when you yank a path name starting with a path separator character / or \ at a file name prompt, after a directory name itself ending in / or \. By default, Epsilon deletes the existing directory name, treating the yanked name as an absolute path. Set the 1 bit if you want Epsilon to delete merely the path separator at the end of the existing directory name, treating the yanked path name as a relative name.



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