Commit 55f62691 authored by Luc Teirlinck's avatar Luc Teirlinck

(Shell History Copying): Update descriptions of `C-c RET' and Mouse-2.

parent 90d40a35
......@@ -873,17 +873,21 @@ Move point to the previous prompt (@code{comint-previous-prompt}).
Move point to the following prompt (@code{comint-next-prompt}).
@kindex C-c RET @r{(Shell mode)}
@findex comint-insert-input
@findex comint-copy-old-input
@item C-c @key{RET}
Copy the input command which point is in, inserting the copy at the end
of the buffer (@code{comint-insert-input}). This is useful if you
of the buffer (@code{comint-copy-old-input}). This is useful if you
move point back to a previous command. After you copy the command, you
can submit the copy as input with @key{RET}. If you wish, you can
edit the copy before resubmitting it.
edit the copy before resubmitting it. If you use this command on an
output line, it copies that line to the end of the buffer.
@item Mouse-2
Copy the input command that you click on, inserting the copy at the end
of the buffer.
If @code{comint-use-prompt-regexp} is @code{nil} (the default), copy
the old input command that you click on, inserting the copy at the end
of the buffer (@code{comint-insert-input}). If
@code{comint-use-prompt-regexp} is non-@code{nil}, or if the click is
not over old input, just yank as usual.
@end table
Moving to a previous input and then copying it with @kbd{C-c
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