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re: But I think it doesn't work the same way: In bash, when you use reverse-i-search, you first press Ctrl+R and then you start typing the command you...

It does work that way - I type, hit arrow-up to cycle through previous times I typed that command. No ctrl-R required.

You put in your .inputrc:

arrow up

"\e[A":history-search-backward

arrow down

"\e[B":history-search-forward

;-)

Wow, I'll try this when I arrive home just for the curiosity xD

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