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Re: bck-search in vicmd is not thinking vi-style
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- From: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: bck-search in vicmd is not thinking vi-style
- Date: Wed, 07 Apr 2010 09:43:26 -0700
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On Apr 7, 11:55am, Maryam wrote:
} Can someone help me figure this out? thnx.
Figure out which part? There's a whole conversation there ...
If you mean the original question about invoking tab-completion during
incremental search: It can't be done in a straightforward way.
Incremental search is a self-contained widget, you can't escape from
it to go into completion and then come back to where you left off.
It can probably be done by implementing your own incremental search
widget as a completion widget; see e.g., the incremental-complete-word
widget in the distribution. In fact this *might* work:
# Choose another binding at your preference
autoload -U incremental-complete-word
zle -N incremental-complete-word
bindkey -M vicmd / incremental-complete-word
zstyle ':completion:incremental:*' completer _history
However, I haven't tried it; you may need other zstyles, and I don't
know how compatible incremental-complete-word is with vi-mode.
} 10:56 < glphvgacs> ft: hi, while user isearches in vicmd mode; is it
} possible to hit some key (tab?) to run through the possible hits
} (something like menu-completion)?
} 11:22 < glphvgacs> a key for reapeating bck-i-search that is not
} emac-style i.e. '^r'
} 11:24 < Mikachu> you can bind keys in the isearch keymap
} 11:24 < Mikachu> if that helps
} 11:27 < glphvgacs> Mikachu: I have this bindkey -M vicmd 'f'
} 11:27 < Mikachu> obviously you can't use f in isearch since i assume
} you want to be able to type f
} 11:27 < glphvgacs> but that's just to start isearch
} 11:27 < Mikachu> but you could try bindkey -M isearch '^I'
} 11:32 < glphvgacs> vimperator guys have a nice feature to open a
} location; user hits 'o' and starts typing then user gets a list of
} possible completions and then (here is the good part) user can <tab>
} through the results. i don't think i can search for <tab> in my search
} history so having that key doing nothing during bck-search and then
} introducing an extra key to hold (in the case of '^r' or as you
} suggested '^I') seems redundant, i think
} 11:34 < glphvgacs> i mean then whole idea of going vicmd to me at
} least to to get rid of that extra '^' in emacs, to thing vi as opposed
} to emacs, right?
} 11:34 < Mikachu> ^I is tab
} 11:34 -!- bapt is now known as aigrbapt
} 11:34 < glphvgacs> nice
} 11:34 < Mikachu> it took me a while to realize that isn't immediately
} obvious to everyone
} 11:36 < glphvgacs> so empty line + ^I brings up bck-search
} 11:36 < glphvgacs> i was thinking I as in Increment
} 11:36 < glphvgacs> thnx
} 11:36 < Mikachu> after going into the searhc mode, pressing tab should
} be the same as pressing ctrl-r again in emacs mode
} 11:37 * Mikachu disappears
} 11:37 < glphvgacs> yeah, not really
} 11:38 < glphvgacs> it doesn't do what i wanted but still a nice touch
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