in reply to Using Tab Completion on Windows in cmd.exe
I noticed that, by default, the environment variable TERM is set to DUMB on Windows. If I unset it, tab completion works in all packages. It's actually Term::ReadLine::Perl who is called behind the scenes.
Unfortunately, I can't use arrow keys anymore to edit the line. I can only use Ctrl-B & Ctrl-F like in vi.
Is there a way to have the arrow key comfort? By looking at the source, I suspect it can be done with Keymaps in the Term::ReadLine::Perl package, but there's no documentation. Anybody knows how to do that?