Thanks for the responese. My original posting was:
> I will probably get bombarded with replies on this one but I'll ask it
> anyway ...
> When I set filec ( file completion ) in a cmdtool, it appears to always echo
> the command twice on the command line.
> Example: cmdtool% ls pat<hit the esc key>chesls patches
> The command gets executed correctly ( The echoed command is apparently
> not being interpreted on the command line ), but it's very annoying !!
> I'm suspecting that I need to set something with "stty" or "tset" but, I
> don't know what to try !!!
> Any Suggestions ??
I got about 10 replies on this. The overwhelming response was that this is a
bug with the cmdtool and no patch has been provided. The problem goes away
in Solaris 2.3. I have a machine running Sol 2.3 and the problem indeed goes
Eckhard R|ggeberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) suggested a workaround that appears to
work !! He suggested doing a "rlogin localhost" ( rlogin to yourself ). This
way the cmdtool "doesn't know about the shell running and trying to do a
completion". Thanks !!
Thanks to all who responded !!
Systems Engineer, PDC Services Inc.
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