abcde, but wanted to edit the CD information. When I said yes, it gave me a menu of editors to choose from. I unintentionally selected
nano as the editor. I canceled
C-c'd the process. Now when I run
abcde it automatically uses the
nano editor, which is not what I want.
abcde keep the editor choice selection?
Note: there is no
~/.abcde.conf in my home directory. The system wide
/etc/abcde.conf does not include information on the editor choice. I can't figure out how the selection I made during one run is getting to my current attempts.