Is there something similar to Vim's "Command Line Window" for Bash where I can see/edit/execute items from the history?
In Vim when I press
: and then
Ctrl-F it opens the window that shows the entire command history:
7. Command-line window *cmdline-window* *cmdwin* *command-line-window* In the command-line window the command line can be edited just like editing text in any window. It is a special kind of window, because you cannot leave it in a normal way. OPEN *c_CTRL-F* *q:* *q/* *q?* [..] When the window opens it is filled with the command-line history. The last line contains the command as typed so far. The left column will show a character that indicates the type of command-line being edited, see |cmdwin-char|.
When you press
Enter the current line is executed.
(I know that I can search the history with
/ (vi-mode), etc.)