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Oct
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
21
answered zsh expansion modifiers in scripts
Sep
11
comment zsh expansion modifiers in scripts
Where did you hear that? It works for me, as long as I make sure to execute the shell script with zsh.
Sep
3
revised Combining two operators in Evil-mode Emacs
alternative solution & formatting
Sep
3
revised Combining two operators in Evil-mode Emacs
added 890 characters in body
Sep
3
comment Combining two operators in Evil-mode Emacs
Would it be a horrible transgression for me to cross post this to unix.stackexchange.com, in the hope of getting more eyes on it?
Sep
3
awarded  Student
Sep
3
revised Combining two operators in Evil-mode Emacs
fixing a typo
Sep
2
asked Combining two operators in Evil-mode Emacs
Jul
22
answered tmux pane continuation
May
16
awarded  Commentator
May
16
comment Add arrows in vim
Indeed, I missed the commas. Sorry about that.
May
1
answered Add arrows in vim
Feb
10
comment How do I map the <compose> key to <esc> in vim?
It's always been my understanding that the Kelvin isn't a scale of degrees, so 275°K should actually be 275K. No, this isn't relevant to the actual question, just your example.
Oct
15
awarded  Yearling
Aug
9
answered Getting vi/vim syntax highlighting used by certain user
May
29
comment How to specify shell for vim?
vim will by default use your system configured shell. I suspect you're running zsh somewhere in your profile or your bash profile. Try running chsh to change your shell on your mac.
May
29
comment I Can't copy FROM vim. Can you diagnose my .vimrc file?
I assume you're trying to copy/paste by selecting the text and then middle clicking in another window. If you're running vim in a terminal and have set mouse=a, vim gets the mouse clicks instead of your terminal application, so when you click and drag you're selecting text in vim's visual mode. This is very useful within vim, and you may not want to just disable it. If you want to select, you need to find a control key that causes the clicks to be handled by your terminal instead of vim. If you were using putty, you'd simply hold shift while selecting. What terminal program are you using?
May
29
comment .vimrc use filename that is currently editing
That's fine. I just question the need to add information to a commit message that's readily available already. My answer would have been better suited as a comment on the question, because it wasn't really an attempt to answer the question asked.
May
27
answered Is there any way to hook saving in Vim up to commiting in git?