Command prefix to expand globbing (deprecated)
This feature is now deprecated and only applies to murex version 2:
By default murex does not expand globbing (
? wildcards) instead encouraging the use of
g (and similar) inside a subshell. While the aim of this is to promote correctness, it can be a little annoying while working in the interactive shell. For this reason you can prefix any command with
@g to enable Bash-like globbing.
@g command ...
@g echo *
As of murex
2.9 and above it is possible to enable automatic globbing in the interactive shell without having to prefix the command with
@g by enabling the following
config: set shell auto-glob true
It is enabled by default on from version 3.x onwards (and renamed to
config: Query or define murex runtime settings
f: Lists or filters file system objects (eg files)
g: Glob pattern matching for file system objects (eg
rx: Regexp pattern matching for file system objects (eg
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