readline.vim : Readline-style bindings for command mode
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|Readline is a library used for implementing line editing across many command-line tools (including bash and other shells and interpreters). Readline ships with a default set of key-bindings that you are probably already familiar with.
The readline default bindings is a mixture of traditional UNIX and EMACS bindings. Here are some examples:
- CTRL-A cursor to start of line
- CTRL-E cursor to end of line
- CTRL-B cursor forward
- CTRL-F cursor forward
- CTRL-U delete to start of line
- CTRL-K delete to end of line
This plugins implements a subset of readline's default keyboard commands to Vim's command-mode. Mappings available include deletion and navigation by words and other useful stuff. By using this plugin you get the same interface when editing command-lines in Vim as you do in your favorite shell!
Follow the development at http://github.com/ryvnf/readline.vim. Report bugs or request features by creating issues at the github repository.
|Extract the zip file into your ~/.vim directory (vimfiles on Windows):
<in unix shell>
$ unzip <zip-folder> ~/.vim/
Run helptags command so you can access help page using `:h readline`:
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