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#!/bin/sh
# FILE: "/home/joze/src/tclreadline/sample.tclshrc"
# LAST MODIFICATION: "Thu, 23 Mar 2000 21:13:08 +0100 (joze)"
# (C) 1998 - 2000 by Johannes Zellner, <johannes@zellner.org>
# $Id$
# vim:set ft=tcl: \
exec tclsh "$0" "$@"


if {$tcl_interactive} {

    package require tclreadline

    # uncomment the following if block, if you
    # want `ls' executed after every `cd'. (This was
    # the default up to 0.8 == tclreadline_version.)
    #
    # if {"" == [info procs cd]} {
    #     catch {rename ::tclreadline::Cd ""}
    #     rename cd ::tclreadline::Cd
    #     proc cd {args} {
    #         if {[catch {eval ::tclreadline::Cd $args} message]} {
    #             puts stderr "$message"
    #         }
    #         tclreadline::ls
    #     }
    # }

    # uncomment the following line to use
    # tclreadline's fancy ls proc.
    #
    # namespace import tclreadline::ls

    # tclreadline::Print is on (`yes') by default.
    # This mimics the command echoing like in the
    # non-readline interactive tclsh.
    # If you don't like this, uncomment the following
    # line.
    #
    # tclreadline::Print no

    # uncomment the folling line, if you want
    # to change tclreadline's print behaviour
    # frequently with less typing.
    #
    # namespace import tclreadline::Print

    # store maximal this much lines in the history file
    #
    set tclreadline::historyLength 200

    # disable tclreadline's script completer
    #
    # ::tclreadline::readline customcompleter ""

    # go to tclrealdine's main loop.
    #
    tclreadline::Loop
}