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comment LD_LIBRARY_PATH unset by screen
See grawity's answer -- LD_LIBRARY_PATH is a special variable in this context. Even if this worked (setenv doesn't need to '=', btw) it wouldn't be very helpful to rename the environment variable we're trying to set; programs would still be looking at the canonical name (see stackoverflow.com/questions/13974069/…).
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comment vim cut and paste history
Could you add how to map ,p to pop the previous yank?
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comment Split view of a CSV in Bash
This has the same problem as I was having with vim. When I scroll horizontally, the column headers go out of alignment.
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comment Split view of a CSV in Bash
@ott: LibreOffice is what I currently use, but it's a lot of heavy lifting for a quick browse around a csv.
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comment Split view of a CSV in Bash
@ott: vim's split would be perfect, except for the horizontal scrollbind in my above comment. Also, I couldn't figure out if it's possible to open it pre-split from the command-line
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comment Split view of a CSV in Bash
I'll see if I can convince my sysadmin to install terminator ;)
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comment Split view of a CSV in Bash
I can almost imagine doing this in vi - I can't get it to open with the correct split, and haven't found a "horizontal scrollbind" to work with :set nowrap.
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comment Split view of a CSV in Bash
Ideally this is quick way to open and look at a csv. If it's going to take any thinking, I might as well just open it OpenOffice.
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