To clarify: I am not asking how to change the cursor when using vim within a terminal. I want the cursor to change when switching between input and command mode within Bash's vi-mode: set -o vi ...
Is it possible to use zsh's built-in line editor (zle) to feed input to a subprocess? That is, I would like to run zlewrap mycommand where zlewrap is a zsh function and mycommand is any program that ...
I'm using zsh on Gentoo x64, and when I type sudo vim /path/to/file from my home folder, zsh asks: zsh: correct 'vim' to '.vim' [nyae]? I want to run vim not my .vim folder. How do I fix this? ...
Currently, I have the following in my .zshrc: bindkey '^[[A' up-line-or-search bindkey '^[[B' down-line-or-search However, this only seems to match the content of my current input before a space ...
The first two chars were repeated while I use Tab to do completion. In the screenshot below, cd is repeated. I have tried rxvt-unicdoe, xterm, terminator. All these terminal emulators have this ...
I have recently discovered that if we press Ctrl+X Ctrl+E, bash opens the current command in an editor (set in $VISUAL or $EDITOR) and executes it when the editor is closed. But it doesen't seem to be ...
I want a feature like vim's going forward or backwards command (w,e,ge,b) etc in the shell prompt. I am using tcsh shell in Linux. I would like to go 'n' number of words backs or forward etc and do ...
I am working in Linux and C-shell. Often times I would require to change some portion of what is there already in the prompt that I obtain from reverse searching through the history command by use of ...