Regression from: Web Inspector: Option-Enter should commit console command without erasing the prompt https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=148123
Shift-Enter and Control-Enter insert a line break.
Option-Enter used to insert a line break, but since r188581 it evaluates a command and keeps it in the prompt.
Command-Enter forces execution, e.g. "1+" would show an error.
Here is what I think we should do:
— Shift-Enter, Control-Enter, and Option-Enter should all insert a line break, as it was before r188581.
— Command-Enter should force execution AND keep the command in the prompt
If somebody uses force execution, sees a syntax error, it's very likely they would press Up and edit the previous command. We may as well save that Up keypress and not erase the prompt.
In fact, this is exactly how it works in Firebug multiline console — Command-Enter forces execution and keeps the command in the prompt.
Created attachment 259359 [details]
Comment on attachment 259359 [details]
Clearing flags on attachment: 259359
Committed r188635: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/188635>
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.