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Wrong file name & location.
Authored by: iMike on Mar 31, '01 07:40:07AM
Both methods will work (as Dave mentioned). However, the more correct and
less tainted method for creating aliases is to create the "aliases.mine" file
inside ~/Library/init/tcsh/ (as mentioned by Dave).

Just thought I would reiterate that info. Loren, use this method for aliases and
use your .tcshrc file for changing your prompt. You can also add .login and
.logout files to your home directory to change your shell login and logout info. 8^)

iMike

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Wrong file name & location.
Authored by: Anonymous on Mar 31, '01 08:19:07PM

Actually, you can do it all in the ~/Library/init/tcsh directory. You can set up your login, logout, tcsh defaults, environment, etc. For more info, read the README file in:

/usr/share/init/tcsh


Hope this helps

L8r
Dave



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Wrong file name & location.
Authored by: iMike on Apr 12, '01 04:29:56AM
Dave:

Maybe I wasn't clear or you misunderstood, but ~/Library/init/tcsh/ is exactly
where I was saying to setup the .tcshrc, .login, .logout, aliases.mine,
completions.mine, rc.mine, and environment.mine files.

Just to reiterate...you should create and edit the .tcshrc, .login, .logout, aliases.mine,
completions.mine, rc.mine, and environment.mine files in ~/Library/init/tcsh/.

iMike


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