I am using Arch and bash. All packages are current and up to date.
I am using the
nnn file manager.
I go into
nnn and make a selection of 3 files by pressing the space bar while over each of the three files. This is how files are selected in nnn.
Then I should be able to press the
r key to batch edit the selected filenames in neo-vim.
When I press
r I see
failed! in the bottom left hand corner of the terminal.
This is a rapid and very useful way to re-name files in a dir.
It was working and for some unknown reason has stopped.
ps nnn has no
.config file to speak of and is set-up in
.bashrc I have the following:
# setup bookmarks in nnn export NNN_BMS='s:/home/$USER/linux_config' # set nnn editor NNN_USE_EDITOR='/usr/bin/nvim' export NNN_OPTS="H"