10 July, 2022


Clink combines the native Windows shell cmd.exe with the powerful command line editing features of the GNU Readline library, 
which provides rich completion, history, and line-editing capabilities. 
Readline is best known for its use in the well-known Unix shell Bash, the standard shell for Mac OS X and many Linux distributions.

The same line editing as Bash (from GNU’s Readline library).
History persistence between sessions.
Context sensitive completion;
Executables (and aliases).
Directory commands.
Environment variables
Thirdparty tools; Git, Mercurial, SVN, Go, and P4.
New keyboard shortcuts;
Paste from clipboard (Ctrl-V).
Incremental history search (Ctrl-R/Ctrl-S).
Powerful completion (TAB).
Undo (Ctrl-Z).
Automatic “cd ..” (Ctrl-Alt-U).
Environment variable expansion (Ctrl-Alt-E).
(press Alt-H for many more…)
Scriptable completion with Lua.
Coloured and scriptable prompt.
Auto-answering of the “Terminate batch job?” prompt.

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