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Semi-automatic update generated by https://github.com/ryantm/nixpkgs-update tools. This update was made based on information from https://repology.org/metapackage/editline/versions.
meta.description for editline is: '"A readline() replacement for UNIX without termcap (ncurses)"'.
meta.homepage for editline is: '"http://troglobit.com/editline.html"
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Rebuild report (if merged into master) (click to expand)
208 total rebuild path(s)
58 package rebuild(s)
58 x86_64-linux rebuild(s)
First fifty rebuilds by attrpath
Instructions to test this update (click to expand)
Either download from Cachix:
(r-ryantm's Cachix cache is only trusted for this store-path realization.)
Or, build yourself:
After you've downloaded or built it, look at the files and if there are any, run the binaries:
cc @dtzWill for testing.
FWIW Nix uses
If basic multi-line support is enabled by default, may be good to put through paces by a few folks to ensure
nh2 left a comment
I don't know how to test these multi-line changes, or if there's anything to test about them.
Multi-line changes seem to include at least the following:
The cursor jumps across lines now, instead of kinda redrawing in-place somewhat messily (try it with a version of nix before this update to compare :)).
I think we'll want to grab this patch while pulling this in: 2d2f3da .
Not adding to PR myself since not entirely confident I understand what this fixes.
Minor but observable in `nix repl` when history contains expression that wraps and one that doesn't and using up/down arrows to toggle between (for example).