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Jun
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accepted Time the execution time of multiple commands
Jun
17
comment Time the execution time of multiple commands
This works with time but not with /usr/bin/time. Running the command you gave produces -bash: syntax error near unexpected token ls'`
Jun
17
asked Time the execution time of multiple commands
May
24
awarded  Supporter
Oct
25
awarded  Scholar
Oct
25
awarded  Student
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
Thanks for help!! Works with <C-L>. This would be a prime time for a double accept feature :-/ Unfortunately you lost a coin toss.
Oct
24
accepted vim search like in emacs
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
There must be something special about C-S, since using C-L worked. Superb!
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
The .vimrc change doesn't do much. Same with Alex's. Perhaps my C-S isn't recognized as such. Or I'm not putting it in the proper place, even though it's right smack between two nnoremap directiv lines.
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
The suggested edit doesn't work. Hitting C-S while in the search buffer does nothing.
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
Yup. I'm stupid. I hit control-R, but didn't hit the '/' afterwards. Sweet trick. Thanks!
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
This works, but it's still one more keystroke than the ideal. I still have to hit 'enter' after entering the original search and then '/' to search again :)
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
I'm probably stupid, but this doesn't work for me.
Oct
24
comment vim search like in emacs
Why the down vote?
Oct
24
awarded  Editor
Oct
24
asked vim search like in emacs