I'd like to be able to paste from the system clipboard (or text selection) into my "vi-like" shell prompt using the keyboard. I normally use zsh and sometimes bash. In both cases, I have the shell set up with vi-like behaviour (
bindkey -v /
set -o vi).
In vim, the behaviour I'm looking for is available with the key sequence
"+p. This particular key sequence doesn't work as expected in a vi-enabled shell prompt, though. Is there any way to either enable this or a similar behaviour, using keyboard only, while remaining with vi-like keybindings in a zsh or bash shell prompt?
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Usage case: I often navigate between Firefox with the Pentadactyl addon, a terminal emulator and vim itself - using the Xmonad window manager with custom keys to move around. All three programs have vi-like keybindings, which is very efficient (for "finger memory") so it would be ideal communicate text between them using vim syntax (or a very similar syntax) only.