I am using
vim to edit config files on newly-built linux servers. On these boxes I have a default
vim setup (RHEL 6.2).
While editing these files, I'd like to avoid fat-fingering directory & file paths whenever possible.
Suppose I have a file
foo.conf opened in the editor, the contents of which I've just entered:
The cursor is currently to the right of the
= in this file. I'd like to use vim to insert the name of a directory here. Suppose it's a directory that exists:
/etc/foo, and that I'm lazy and so would like to use as few keystrokes as possible.
Can get vim to do this?
I cannot add any plugins to vim, nor can I change its configuration.