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Using vi key bindings in bash and zsh

Vincent Danen

April 24, 2008

Been busy redoing my office this week and was busy with Mandriva release stuff last week so I forgot to put up the new TechMails. Last week's techmail was Using vi key bindings in bash and zsh, which looks at using, you guessed it, vi keybindings instead of the default emacs-style bindings. Personally, I like the vi keybindings better but I've been so used to the emacs style ones that I often mess myself up. =) I suppose on all the systems where I have shell access I'm going to have to start setting them all to the vi keybindings to force myself to get more used to it.

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