If the variable
nil, insertion and yank commands scroll the selected window
to the bottom before inserting.
comint-scroll-show-maximum-output is non-
scrolling due to arrival of output tries to place the last line of text
at the bottom line of the window, so as to show as much useful text as
possible. (This mimics the scrolling behavior of many terminals.)
The default is
comint-scroll-to-bottom-on-output, you can opt for
having point jump to the end of the buffer whenever output arrives--no
matter where in the buffer point was before. If the value is
this, point jumps in the selected window. If the value is
all, point jumps in each window that shows the comint buffer. If
the value is
other, point jumps in all nonselected windows that
show the current buffer. The default value is
nil, which means
point does not jump to the end.
comint-input-ignoredups controls whether successive
identical inputs are stored in the input history. A non-
value means to omit an input that is the same as the previous input.
The default is
nil, which means to store each input even if it is
equal to the previous input.
Three variables customize file name completion. The variable
comint-completion-addsuffix controls whether completion inserts a
space or a slash to indicate a fully completed file or directory name
nil means do insert a space or slash).
comint-completion-recexact, if non-
nil, directs TAB
to choose the shortest possible completion if the usual Emacs completion
algorithm cannot add even a single character.
comint-completion-autolist, if non-
nil, says to list all
the possible completions whenever completion is not exact.
comint-dynamic-complete-variable does variable-name
completion using the environment variables as set within Emacs. The
variables controlling file name completion apply to variable-name
completion too. This command is normally available through the menu
Command completion normally considers only executable files.
If you set
it considers nonexecutable files as well.
You can configure the behavior of `pushd'. Variables control
whether `pushd' behaves like `cd' if no argument is given
shell-pushd-tohome), pop rather than rotate with a numeric
shell-pushd-dextract), and only add directories to the
directory stack if they are not already on it
shell-pushd-dunique). The values you choose should match the
underlying shell, of course.
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