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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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Vim: How to have YouCompleteMe autocomplete shell script variable names and functions from “source”d files?

I use macvim with YouCompleteMe (YCM), which I recently updated and recompiled. I followed the YCM instructions for OSX. I'm also using iterm2, tmux and zsh, all of which are installed with brew and ...
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Can't use the usual !!foo in vim // gvim on Windows 10 - missing tmp files

I'm running vim // gvim 8.2 (fresh off of vim.org, and was before---just re-installed to do so as administrator, per instructions I'd missed before). I've been getting this since getting this Windows ...
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How to pass custom arguments to the shell invoked by :terminal?

I would like to specify the startup command to run on the :terminal shell. E.g. bash -c ls. The shell can be specified with set shell=bash, but how to specify the arguments? In another use case, I ...
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Is it possible to read a shell command's output from nvi's command line?

I was trying see if I can integrate fzf with nvi, but couldn't find a way to do something like :Edit <shell command's output> which would solve my problem. I tried :source nvi.ex -- it works ...
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terminal shell behaves differently from normal shell

I run this command in a common terminal: $ ps aux | grep work | grep python | awk '{print $2}' Then I have three different pids, however, in the vim-term window, the same line gave me two pids. ...