Questions tagged [bash]

BASH is the GNU Bourne Again SHell, the successor to the classic Unix Bourne sh (shell). It's the default shell for various Linux/GNU systems.

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Can I get vim to indent correctly after a here document?

In an account with just an emtpy .vimrc, under Xubuntu 20.04 and vim 8.1, I get strange indentaion after my here document if I reindent with gg=G I've boiled down an example from some pretty tangled ...
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Why are Vim 8 :term colours with gvim different from those in plain vim :term or bash?

Vim 8 :term colours in gvim happen to be different from those seen in plain vim :term or bash. How come? How does one obtain the same bash colours in gvim? EDIT: I have been reading a bit more about ...
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real time vim keylogger

is there anyway to log vim keypresses (or keypresses in general activated by vim) and record it somewhere (STDOUT, file, etc) in real time? I want somthing similar to vim -w file.log file and this ...
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Use external commands within venv virtual environment

Same question as Use Vim with virtualenv, except for these differences: I'm using bash, not zsh using venv, not virtualenv or virtualenvwrapper I have a keybinding to run the current buffer as a ...
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head isn't included in syntax/sh.vim

head is a common Unix/Linux executable, but it's not listed in the shell syntax highlighting configuration. In contrast, many common executables are. Specifically, its counterpart, tail, is listed. ...
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Go to current cursor position when invoking command-line edit mode

If I press v while using either the vi-mode zsh plugin or set -o vi in bash, it opens the line I'm working on in a full vim session. However, this puts my cursor at the beginning at the beginning of ...
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Bash process substitution on vim command line?

I want to be able to show someone a particular file's undo history in vim, remotely. It's a little complicated, so let me explain one step at a time. For starters, I can set a custom undofile and ...
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How should I fold a shell script in vim? Is there an existing script or function for this?

I'm working on some shell scripts with a lot of: # Parameter: images.0.created_at if [ -z "$images.0.created_at" ] then echo "images.0.created_at is empty" else woostring="$woostring""...
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Retrieving declaration not supported for filetype

I am currently using vim-lsp for bash. As in https://github.com/bash-lsp/bash-language-server#vim I have added in my ~/.vimrc the followings : if executable('bash-language-server') au User lsp_setup ...
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How to set the Bash python env and vim python env paths the same?

When I check for python version in vim file, it displays 3.6 whereas it shows python 3.7 when I check from the bash terminal. As a result, when I pip install from the terminal, it installs in the ...
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gvim remove menu and toolbar, but keep original geometry

I start gvim with this entry in .bashrc alias G='gvim -fg white -bg black -geom 80x45 ' and have in .vimrc set guioptions=aeik which works as expected and gives me a gvim that looks like vim in a tty, ...
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autocomplite code and insert shebang

Morning Guys, I want to to add some functions to my vimrc and want to achieve e.g.: type :bang into vim => it adds a shebang into the file. Or when I type class foo:<ENTER> it auto add except ...
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Attaching audio spoken word "escape" to Esc key stops escape key escaping to normal mode in nvim. How to fix?

I am running the latest versions of: Arch, nvim, and the Openbox window manager. I often don't know whether I have actually hit the escape key or not, when exiting another mode to normal mode. If I ...
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"Inappropriate ioctl for device" and "no job control in this shell" bash error

I am getting a bash|1 warning| Inappropriate ioctl for device when Ale runs lint on cpp files with gcc/g++. Using gcc/g++ to compile manually in the terminal works fine. Otherwise the linting of cpp ...