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  1. EmacsWiki: Category Eshell
    Nov 27, 2013 ... An entire shell by JohnWiegley, now maintained by Aidan Gauland, written in
    EmacsLisp. Great stuff, and very useful for people on weird ...

  2. EmacsWiki: Eshell Alias
    Oct 24, 2014 ... The eshell aliases are stored in a file whose name is in the variable eshell-
    aliases-file (this defaults to something like ~/.emacs.d/eshell/aliases) ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Eshell Functions
    Oct 24, 2014 ... This example is also from KaiGrossjohann. (defun eshell/pcvs-update (&rest args
    ) "Invoke `M-x cvs-update RET' on the given directory.

  4. EmacsWiki: Eshell Prompt
    Introduction. The Eshell prompt is generated by the function stored in 'eshell-
    prompt-function' . When moving through the buffer, eshell also needs to know
    which ...

  5. EmacsWiki: Eshell Multiple Eshell Buffers
    Nov 12, 2014 ... Eshell itself can open a specific new buffer when invoked as (eshell 'N) where N
    is a positive integer. When invoked as (eshell 'Z) where Z is ...

  6. EmacsWiki: Eshell Completion
    Oct 8, 2014 ... Customization. Eshell offers you completion of filenames. If several filenames are
    possible, the most recently modified file will be used first.

  7. EmacsWiki: Eshell Redirection
    Mar 9, 2009 ... You can use > or >> or >>> to do redirection: > means overwrite >> means
    append >>> means insert at point - this works when redirecting to a ...

  8. EmacsWiki: Eshell History
    Keys like M-p, M-n function just as in shell — they can be used to access history (
    see MinibufferHistory). There are additional modes within eshell (see ...

  9. EmacsWiki: Eshell For Loop
    Jan 6, 2013 ... Here are two examples of the eshell equivalent of bash for loops: This in bash: for
    i in *.pm do rm $i cvs remove $i done. becomes this in eshell:

  10. EmacsWiki: Eshell Directory History
    There is a directory history in eshell. It is quite easy to use: $ cd = displays a list of
    the directories you have visited $ cd -<NUMBER>. cd to number <NUMBER> ...



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