minor vi/vim qstn
kline at thought.org
Thu Sep 26 00:22:37 UTC 2013
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On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 12:23:27AM +0200, Polytropon wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Sep 2013 14:27:41 -0700, Gary Kline wrote:
> > am I misremembering this feature, or didnt vi have a syntax where
> > you typed something like:
> > % vi[#] or % vi [-2] [or vi [-N]
> > to repeat the last or the second from last command? with my
> > shoulder sore bloody sore I need to save every key stroke.
> To repeat the last command, "." can be used.
> The vi editor (and probably vim and gvim) supports
> according to "man vi":
> [Vi]i[sual][!] [+cmd] [file]
> Vi mode only. Edit a new file.
> Is this what you're searching for?
I THOGoHT it was "!", but lookit:
pts/14 17:11 <tao>  vi sent
pts/14 17:11 <tao>  vi!
zsh: command not found: vi!
pts/14 17:12 <tao> 
....... this is vi == vim.
AHA:: found it. it's [bang]<commant>
pts/14 17:17 <tao>  vi sent
pts/14 17:17 <tao>  !v
I'll tell ya, if vi disappeared , I'd end it all!
> Or do you refer to command lines where "@:" would repeat the
-N T- 34/41: P> last command (started with ":")?
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