Questions tagged [terminal-buffer]

A terminal emulator within vim, eg created by :terminal or term_start()

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`termwinsize` cannot be accessed from Python 3

The option termwinsize cannot be accessed from Python 3. Input python3 << EOD import vim for window in vim.windows: if (window.buffer.options['buftype'] == b'terminal'): window....
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Remap enter Terminal-normal mode Neovim to something else than Esc

I have remaped enter terminal normal-mode to <Esc> with: tnoremap <Esc> <C-\><C-n> and it does work. But I am using zsh vi-mode, which also requires the use of <Esc> to ...
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How can I append to a terminal buffer in vimscript?

I am trying to implement a vimscript function which appends to a terminal buffer. It works when I write this as a single mapping which uses the normal mode 'a' command to append: nnoremap <Leader&...
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The remap doesn't resize terminal window

nnoremap <leader>rt :term<cr> <C-\><C-n> :resize 10<cr> i I've tested the remap manually, it works as expected. A terminal window spawns I go into terminal normal mode, ...
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How do you exit a terminal buffer unless in a pager

In a terminal buffer, I want to auto-exit when I press "kk". Except for when I'm in some interactive session, like a pager (like the pager which is created when you git diff). To do that, I ...
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How to scroll neovim terminal buffer automatically

With chansend function I can send any keys to neovim terminal buffer and execute any commands. ex: chansend(<job_id>, 'ls\n') But the buffer doesn't scroll automatically...(Of course, I can ...
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Split Navigation in vim terminal [duplicate]

I use vim splits quite a bit. To switch faster, I use this shortcut instead of doing ctrl + w + h/j/k/l/ " Quicker window movement nnoremap <C-j> <C-w>j nnoremap <C-k> <C-w&...
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Prepend text to all commands in terminal mode

I would like to prepend clear; to all commands in terminal mode. This reduces the amount of 'clutter' in my terminal screen and makes things slightly clearer for me.
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Call range argument to execute in python terminal embeded in vim

Initial window: My expectation: to copy whole or a part of python code in the right window into the left window's python terminal and execute. My .vimrc setting: function! CopyPasteBuffer() ...
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How to retain terminal colors inside the Vim terminal (-NOT- in GVim)? [duplicate]

My default terminal look: will turn into this in the Vim terminal: It's not a huge deal, but the former is easier on my eyes - and this doesn't happen on my other box... Tried to compare ...
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Eye torturing colors in Vim/GVim terminal

I am using GVim but this happens in terminal Vim too. I use the Gruvbox theme. Whenever I start the terminal using :term, I see too blue colors when I change the directory within the shell. The ...
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<BS> and <C-w> delete entire line in (terminal mode from a command) instead of a single character

I'm creating a mapping which is supposed to navigate to a specific window (call TEST_WIN), focus in on the terminal and then delete a single character. The goal of this command is to navigate to the ...
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Terminal window interprets quick initial q as macro record

I have a function that opens a terminal window running some program. The program is quit by pressing q. But when I press q in the terminal window shortly after (within 1-2 seconds) of it being opened, ...
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How I can convert into the right characters?

I'm getting something weird characters in :messages. How can I get the right results? reproduce steps define functions. let s:rails_console_id = 0 function common#utilities#open_rails_console() ...
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How to hide terminal when not needed?

In VScode ,we are using ctrl+j to hide the terminal. Then if we press ctrl+j again, it will open the same terminal. Is it possible in VIM/NEOVIM? I tried :Terminal ,but there is no straightforward way ...
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Reopen a terminal window running an active job

How do I reopen a terminal window with an active job if I hide the terminal window? This is similar to the following question: Close vim 8.1+ terminal buffer without unloading. In this case, however, ...
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how i set floatterm plugin in neovim , that shortcut F5 compile javascript and how i do for other languages?

i plugged float-term plugin , that open terminal window in neovim. when i compile javascript with node in float term i did like :FloatermNew node % then it compiles fine and show me the output in ...
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Use autocompletion options from terminal buffer in editor buffer

I typically work with a text editor combined with a REPL terminal, and I send text from the editor to the terminal. For example, I use two side-by-side buffers, one for editing text, and one with a ...
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How to compile a program and open the output in a vertical terminal window?

How can I write a command that does the following? With one mapping, compile and/or run a program based on the filetype (*.c, *.cpp, *.js, *.py, etc.), and open a vertical terminal window with the ...
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Word completion ^P / ^N is very slow because of scanning a :term buffer

I open a terminal window inside of a vim session and leave it there for weeks, use it for compilation, running and debugging my code. After couple of days the length of the terminal buffer grows over ...
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How can I keep my cursor normal after exiting a terminal buffer?

Right now, whenever I open a terminal with :term, my cursor changes from a half-height/orange cursor to a full-height/gray cursor (depending on the emulator). When I navigate back to another window, ...
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How to hide a buffer thru vimscript, with buffer number or buffer name

I'm trying to make a plugin that hide and show a terminal window on the bottom of the window, but i can't find a reliable way to hide a specific buffer, i tried using hide but you only can hide by ...
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Yank visual selection with modifications in a terminal-buffer

Upon writing a code, sometimes I open a terminal split with :term to test it by issuing some commands and checking some output. As an example, this is a fragment of what I have executed in a split ...
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switchin back another viewport from the terminal buffer [duplicate]

I created :term, then I switch to another viewport, but latter when I switch back to the term buffer "!/bin/bash" it is full screen and I don't understand how can I access the vim command ...
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Close vim 8.1+ terminal buffer without unloading

I'm looking to be able to close a terminal buffer without unloading it, as I would with a normal buffer and either hidden or bufhidden=hide set. It appears, though, that said options are ignored for ...
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How can I clean the program window when using Termdebug?

The window named gdb program (see :h :Termdebug) is the one where I can give input and view output of the program being debugged. How can I clean it between one run and another (or when I like, in ...
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:term command changes cursor type in vim

I have set the cursor shape to be - I-beam in my terminal preference. When I execute :term command in vim, the cursor type is changed to block type. This change is retained even after I exit the :term ...
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How to find the buffer number of a :terminal?

I can see that I've got a terminal buffer open by running :ls R which finds all buffers with a running terminal job, but I don't know how to capture just the buffer number. The closest I can get is ...
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Map a key on a terminal buffer whose corresponding job is already finished

The context I have mapped <c-p> in terminal mode so that it deletes the terminal buffer where the cursor is. The way I've created this mapping is presented below tnoremap <c-p> <c-w&...
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why is the terminal output resized, after the command is executed, when moving it from a function

The problem I'm trying to write a function that outputs a shell command in a terminal vertical split. Vim's terminal, as any terminal, will break lines that are wider than the terminal window. As ...
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Make vim commands be executed once a job on a terminal buffer has finished

The context I've the following mapping in ~/.vim/ftplugin/cpp/mappings.vim. What this mapping does is to compile an arbitrary C++ file and open two windows (a) and (b). (a) shows the output of the ...
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How can I pass extra arguments to gdb with Termdebug?

While using Termdebug, occasionally it would be useful to pass extra arguments to gdb (for example, -x). I've tried :Termdebug -x <my_file> <command_to_debug>, but that just seems to ...
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How can I change the colorscheme of the vim terminal buffer?

I use GVim with the gruvbox colorscheme. When I open a terminal inside vim with :term, the colors are different, it looks like another colorscheme is applied. The other terminals I use (urxvt and ...
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prevent line wrap in terminal buffer

I can easily see the output of a command in a split using vim's terminal For example, I use :vertical terminal make re a lot. This example is also stated in the help (h :terminal): Or to run build ...
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Concatenate vim command after :terminal

Is there any way I can concatenate a command after :terminal? For example :terminal | <some_other_vim_command> will pass | <some_other_vim_command> to the terminal that just opened, but ...
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Neovim, read entries from the terminal into quickfix buffer

I made my own vim wrapper around ripgrep (I know there is vim-grepper, but I wanted to try customize some things). The crux of it is I populate a quickfix window as follows: let searchString = input(...
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Function to toggle terminal creates extra empty buffer

I have modified a function from CKolkey's dotfiles - ToggleTerminalDrawer (line 230) so that it works for Vim8.2 (instead of neovim). Here is my modified function now in my vimrc: nnoremap <silent&...
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Query an environment variable in a terminal buffer

I have a vimscript which needs to query a environment variable which gets set on terminal buffers. How can I do this? I tried looking through the help to see what term / job commands could be used to ...
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Setting coloring in :term on urxvt

I use the URxvt terminal emulator, and echo $TERM returns rxvt-unicode-256color. In vim, if I run :echo $TERM, I get the same result. However, if I open a terminal window with :term and enter echo $...
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terminal api not working on gvim

vim 8 support terminal, and has a api to let command in terminal to communicate back to vim. For example: In vim, define function like " .vimrc let g:cnt = get(g:, 'cnt', 0) func! ...
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Remapping keys doesn't seem to work in the terminal-buffer [closed]

I'm a total beginner that sees vim as a potential simple IDE, (as well as a text editor). I had several questions, but that was confusing, so I'll stick with just one already answered. I like using ...
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Save terminal buffer's current working directory with mksession [duplicate]

I usually start vim at the root of my project. Then I open tabs with windows inside. Usually one of the windows has a :terminal. In the :terminal, I usually cd to/some/subfolder. At the end of the ...
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Positioning the terminal emulator cursor in Neovim

When in Normal mode in a Terminal buffer (as in :terminal) there's the Neovim's cursor and the shell's cursor. Going into Terminal-mode forgets your Neovim cursor and you're then using the shell's ...
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Rename neovim terminal buffer without breaking :mksession

Is there a "good" way to rename the terminal buffer in neovim? I know that renaming is possible with the :file command, and that works fine for current session. The problem with this approach is ...
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neovim: Keep :terminal active when I switch to other buffers

I use :terminal in neovim to run a dev server. But whenever I switch to other opened buffer(s), the terminal kills the process. Is there a way to keep the terminal running in neovim?
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Parsing winlayout() For Toggling Multiple Windows At Once

When working in vim, I like to have a toggle-able terminal window that I can bring with me from tab to tab. This works by tracking a buffer, and opening it in a new bot split (if it isn't visible), or ...
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NeoVim - Go into insert mode when clicking in a terminal in a pane?

I'm trying to use NeoVim as a tmux replacement, and have found that no matter what I do, I can't get it to go into insert mode when I click in a pane that has a terminal in it. Here's the config I'm ...
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Making terminal buffer unlisted

I'm configuring my scripts to work with terminal in VIM and have a question regarding :h special-buffers. Among mentioned kinds there were the following: unlisted The buffer is not in the buffer ...
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How to start a terminal, so that on exit will call a function?

I recorded info of terminal buffers in a dict, and want remove bufnr of closed ones. Can you tell me how to start a terminal such that call a function on exit, eg, func! myterm#remove(bufnr): ...
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CTRL-V_CTRL-[key], instead of ^[key] gives ^[[27;5;[ASCII code of key]~ in xterm on Arch

For example, Ctrl-v_Ctrl-w gives ^[[27;5;119~ instead of usual ^W. It does behave in such way only on (u)xterm. I've tested it on st, lxterminal, xfce4-terminal and rxvt. I'm also 98% positive that ...