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Navigation and editing keys have special behaviour in a REPL

Background
When
I open a new repl
And
I insert "clear" at the cursor
And
I press the return key
And
I insert "x = 4" at the cursor
When
I move the cursor to the end of the document
Scenarios
Backspace does not erase the prompt
And
I press the backspace key
Then
the current command should be "x = "
When
I press the backspace key
Then
the current command should be "x ="
When
I press the backspace key
Then
the current command should be "x "
When
I press the backspace key
Then
the current command should be "x"
When
I press the backspace key
Then
the current command should be blank
When
I press the backspace key
Then
the current command should be blank
And
I should see ">> " in the edit tab
Delete does not erase the prompt
When
I move the cursor to 0
And
I press the delete key
Then
the current command should be "x = 4"
And
I should see ">> " in the edit tab
The home key sets the cursor at the start of the line and after the prompt
When
I press the home key
Then
the cursor should be at 3
When
I replace 3 to 8 with "x = 4\ny = 9"
And
I move the cursor to 11
And
I press the home key
Then
the cursor should be at 9
Left and right arrow keys can be used to navigate the current command
When
I press the left arrow key
Then
the cursor should be at 7
When
I press the left arrow key
Then
the cursor should be at 6
When
I press the left arrow key
Then
the cursor should be at 5
When
I press the right arrow key
Then
the cursor should be at 6
The left arrow key should not go beyond the prompt
When
I press the return key
And
I insert "clear" at the cursor
And
I press the return key
Then
the cursor should be at 3
When
I press the left arrow key
Then
the cursor should be at 3

Last published over 5 years ago by danlucraft.