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Re: [vi-mode] widgets for case manipulation: `gU` and `U` in visual mode
Now that 5.0.8 and text objects were mentioned, I think there's a bug with
the `surround` widget. Or maybe just the usage instructions are incorrect.
here are the usage instructions of the `surround` widget on zsh master:
# Implementation of some functionality of the popular vim surround plugin.
# Allows "surroundings" to be changes: parentheses, brackets and quotes.
# To use
# autoload -Uz surround
# zle -N delete-surround surround
# zle -N add-surround surround
# zle -N change-surround surround
# bindkey -a cs change-surround
# bindkey -a ds delete-surround
# bindkey -a ys add-surround
# bindkey -M visual S add-surround
If I add this to my vi-mode zsh plugin, it does nothing.
for instance, the `ys` chord is not being picked up.
supose i have a word: `abcde` and the cursor is in `c`. if I'm in
normal mode and type `ys` zle thinks that I've hit `s` and deletes the
`c` character and puts me in insert mode.
Maybe it's a bug?
On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 10:19 AM, Filipe Silva <filipe.silva@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Oliver, thanks for sharing the widgets. You should know that there's a
> bug in both widgets in an edge case:
> suppose you have the word `abc` and `a` is the first char of the line.
> also suppose you've select just the `ab` of the `abc` word and then hit
> # [ab] is the visually selected text
> $ [ab]c
> after you hit `U` the result is
> $ cAB
> I've fixed the bug including the following condition:
> if [[ $save_cur = '1' ]]; then
> zle .vi-put-before -n 1
> zle .vi-put-after -n 1
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 3:42 AM, Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> On Jun 22, 1:10am, Oliver Kiddle wrote:
>> } Some of the text objects were done via shell widgets - select-quoted and
>> } select-bracketed which select text between delimiters.
>> Incidentally, I think select-bracketed might break given ksharrays --
>> select-quoted explictly turns ksharrays off.
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