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Re: bck-search in vicmd is not thinking vi-style
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- From: Maryam <darwinskernel@xxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: bck-search in vicmd is not thinking vi-style
- Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2010 16:12:59 -0400
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On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 5:35 AM, Thor Andreassen <ta@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 07, 2010 at 11:55:17AM -0400, Maryam wrote:
>> 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
>> Can someone help me figure this out? thnx.
> bindkey -M vicmd "f" history-incremental-search-backward
> bindkey -M isearch "^I" history-incremental-search-backward
it does indeed; thnx.
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