kinda upset that I didn't know you could do filename completion in vim with ^X^F
I've been opening the directory listing in a separate pane and yanking/pasting filenames like some rank grade schooler this whole time
but I can't stay mad at you vim 😘
@aparrish this one and ^R^W at the prompt for word-under-cursor are the ones i constantly wish i remembered better.
@aparrish ...and then never be able to reproduce ever again. Did it even happen? You can't really be sure.
@aparrish Emacs feels the same way. The init.el never stops growing and the learning never ceases.
@aparrish it's been nearly 30 years for me with vi/vim and I still still stumble upon stuff.
I'm pretty sure I should use more of the marks and folds, for instance.
@aparrish Esc-ZZ for save and exit. It's so much faster and more convenient than :wq
@aparrish C-R recursive search in bash was like that for me. Though I've known it 20 years now.
:w ! <program>
... in vim was novel though. Part of a workflow I'm currently using.
@aparrish I just found out how to easily indent stuff and I'm pretty sure I will forget it by the time I next need it.
@ninjawedding twenty-one years and counting for me and I still learn something new about vim every day
@aparrish interestingly it's keybinding for file-open command in emacs
@aparrish I had used bash for more years than I care to confess before I learned that tab-completion was a thing that existed.
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