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Re: Command Line Editting in VI mode
* zzapper <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2003-10-21 12:59]:
> I presume that the vi/ex used for the Command Line Editor is a
> cut-down editor builtin into the shell, and ignores the normal
> .exrc/.vimrc initiialisation files, and is thus non-configurable, or
> is that not the case?
The vi mode of the Command Line Editor is built-in. Any configuration
should be done via the Readline Init File. I would recommend that you
take a look at the info doc for bash (info bash) and then select the
'Command Line Editing' node.
> In particular I'd like to use vi abbreviations?
I do not believe this is possible.
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