In a nutshell, I want the following: y(ank) actually writes the yanked text to a line in a text file, maybe in your .vim directory that line is prefixed with the name of the register, so "qyy yields ...
Is it possible to run multiple instances of Vim which share their yank registers? I'd like to avoid having to yank to the system clipboard with "+y or opening my files in split windows within the same ...
I frequently work with a couple of gvim instances in windows, usually also with several tabs in each instance. Is is possible to have all the gvim instances share a common yank and put buffer, so that ...
In emacs, yanking works something like this: if you delete something, it can be yanked back into another position. In other words, emacs's yank is sort of like cut and paste. On the other hand, it ...
In XCode there's a text key binding ^Y to the "yank" command. What does "yank" mean? I thought it was to "yank back deleted text" but so far it only "yanks back" text I cut, which means its ...