Hi List, one of the advantages of running shells inside Emacs (eshell or shell-mode) is that the output is just text in a buffer, that can be navigated, copied, change etc. (of course there are major disadvantages too).
Working on the console, I can use TMUX (modern gnu screen) functionality to make a PicoLisp REPL editable with Emacs keybindings, but what about xterm? Is there a way to navigate/copy PicoLisp REPL output without using the mouse? -- cheers, Thorsten -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe