Provided by: libreply-perl_0.42-1_all
Reply::Plugin::ReadLine - use Term::ReadLine for user input
; .replyrc [ReadLine] history_file = .hist history_length = 100
This plugin uses Term::ReadLine to read lines from the user. This enables useful features such as line editing and command history. The history will be persisted between runs, by default in ".reply_history" in your application data directory, although this is changeable with the "history_file" option. To limit the number of lines written to this file, you can use the "history_length" option. Setting a "history_length" of 0 will disable writing history to a file entirely. NOTE: you probably want to install a reasonable Term::ReadLine backend in order for this plugin to be very useful. Term::ReadLine::Gnu is highly recommended if possible.
Jesse Luehrs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is Copyright (c) 2016 by Jesse Luehrs. This is free software, licensed under: The MIT (X11) License