tcsh is a Unix command shell based on the C shell (csh)

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Echo string in tcsh with special characters escaped

Is it possible to echo out a string in tcsh such that it is fully escaped, as tcsh would understand? In the same way as printf %q works in bash: % # Create a variable containing a tab character % ...
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How do I execute savehist for tcsh history if my machine froze?

My MacBook Air froze all of a sudden: the keyboard, trackpad and display are all unresponsive. However, ssh works. I have one tcsh session active. Which signal do I send to tcsh for it to ...
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Suppress 'Warning: no access to tty' in ssh

I have a short simple script, that compiles a .c file and runs it on a remote server running tcsh and then just gives back control to my machine (this is for school, I need my programs to work ...
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How to make auto complete available for directories in cdpath for tcsh?

I just learned the trick for setting up cdpath in tcsh and it looks pretty useful. However seems auto-complete of sub-folder names doesn't come with it, is there any trick available on that? It'd be ...
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Something is changing the OSX default shell to tcsh

On one of the mac machines I'm somewhat responsible for (Snow Leopard), something periodically changes the default login shell from bash to tcsh. This seems like it's probably suspicious, but not ...
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csh: Every command returns “no match”

I'm on mac OSX mountain lion working with csh. I'm not quite sure what I did, but suddenly every standard unix command I run returns a "no match". Example: $ echo "Hello" echo: no match $ rm a.txt ...
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In csh/tcsh, how can I incorporate literal curly braces into a command that's processed with eval?

To give more details, the situation is this. I'm trying to prepare modulefiles (i.e., of the type used by the environment-modules package) to set up environment and aliases for third-party software. ...
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How can my bash script inherit core limits from a C shell?

I'm using tcsh for my shell. I disable core dumps by running "limit core 0". Running a program that crashes from my shell, I can see that indeed no core dump is generated. Next I have a wrapper ...
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Use two different completions in tcsh

I want to make a tcsh completion that completes with both a relative directory (ie p/*/d/), or the output of a command (ie p/*/'completionterms'/). Is this possible? Looking at the tcsh man page it's ...