I am aware how to set ZSH's default line editor to use vi-like keybindings... bindkeys -v ...and even to default each new prompt to be in command mode instead of insert mod by default... ...
When you press CTRL+L in bash default mode the screen is cleared. But when I run set -o vi and press CTRL+L the keystroke is printed (^L). Exists any way to keep this behavior?
How would I map jj to Esc in zsh? I'm trying to recreate a key-mapping that I have setup in vim, where I have jj mapped to ESC so that whenever I double-press j, it sends the an <Esc> to ...
It seems that if I run the following inside the vim: :w !wc -w I get the word count of the file. But I don't understand the syntax. How does this work and how would I specify that I want the ...
I am using the following to edit the current command line in Sublime Text 2 (using a working subl alias) .zshrc set -o vi EDITOR='subl'; export EDITOR bindkey -M vicmd v edit-command-line ...
I wanted to try vi mode in bash but now I would like to change it back to normal. How can I unset -o vi ?
Possible Duplicate: Change cursor shape (or color) to indicate vi mode in bash I am using vi-mode in a bash shell, and I would like to change the PS1 variable whenever I am in insert mode. ...
I use vim for essentially all my editing needs, so I decided to once again try vi-mode for my shell (currently ZSH w/ oh-my-zsh on OS X), but I find myself trying (and failing) to use Ctrl-R ...