Jan 31, 2009, 19:02 (0 Talkback[s])
"The main features you achieve by enabling "Enhanced Bash"
"1. Easily match previously typed commands from partial input.
Doing this is as easy as typing the beginning of the command and
hitting page up/down to scroll through history.
"2. Share history between terminals: When you close a terminal
you don’t lose the command history.
"3. Let grep highlight matched words with a different color.
"To enable these features, open your ~/.inputrc file and type
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