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118667Re: Using Bash in Vi mode. How to map keys?

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  • Eran Borovik
    Nov 1, 2010
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      In bash "vi" mode, one can press v and then get a full vim editor.
      Then you will have everything you need.

      Hope it helps,
      Eran.

      On 11/1/10, Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechelynck@...> wrote:
      > On 01/11/10 19:23, aleCodd wrote:
      >>
      >> thanks for the reply.
      >>
      >> so what is the equivalent for the following:
      >> ino ( ()<left>
      >> using the readline module?
      >
      > I don't know. These are all bash questions, not Vim questions. Maybe a
      > bash list or forum would be better than the Vim list. Have you read the
      > bash manpage?
      >
      >>
      >> and if you could please be more precise, is the readline library the only
      >> utility for mapping keys in bush?
      >>
      >> if yes, is there any interpreter i can use to convert Vim's mapping
      >> commands
      >> to readline commands?
      >>
      >> One other thing, is there a way to change the cursor shape and color -
      >> when
      >> running bash in vi mode - so that the shape and size of the cursor would
      >> be
      >> different for different modes (insert/normal), like the 't_SI' or
      >> 'guicursor' in vim/gvim..?
      >
      > no AFAIK, because bash is not a modal editor
      >
      >>
      >> cheers
      >> alex
      >
      > Regards,
      > Tony.
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