|BoxMatrix >> Environment >> HISTIGNORE||@|
|Variable:||HISTIGNORE - type Text||Wiki||Freetz||IPPF||whmf||AVM||Web|
|Location:||Environment >> Linux-Environment - Origin: bash|
|Properties:||Firmware: 7.04 - 7.27|
|Defines:||List of patterns masking command lines which should be saved on the history list.|
Excerpt from: bashref.info >> Bash Variables >> HISTIGNORE variable
A colon-separated list of patterns used to decide which command
lines should be saved on the history list. Each pattern is
anchored at the beginning of the line and must match the complete
line (no implicit '*' is appended). Each pattern is tested against
the line after the checks specified by 'HISTCONTROL' are applied.
In addition to the normal shell pattern matching characters, '&'
matches the previous history line. '&' may be escaped using a
backslash; the backslash is removed before attempting a match. The
second and subsequent lines of a multi-line compound command are
not tested, and are added to the history regardless of the value of
'HISTIGNORE'. The pattern matching honors the setting of the
'extglob' shell option.
'HISTIGNORE' subsumes the function of 'HISTCONTROL'. A pattern of
'&' is identical to 'ignoredups', and a pattern of '[ ]*' is
identical to 'ignorespace'. Combining these two patterns,
separating them with a colon, provides the functionality of
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|FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable (arm)||7.04 - 7.27||<any>||bash|
|FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable (atom)||7.04 - 7.27||<any>||bash|
|FRITZ!Box 6660 Cable (arm)||7.14 - 7.27||<any>||bash|
|FRITZ!Box 6660 Cable (atom)||7.14 - 7.27||<any>||bash|
|4 models use this variable|
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