Questions tagged [terminal-buffer]

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

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Vim Session keeping terminal state

I am currently using tmux to have two terminals on the left and vim on the right. One terminal is running Django server, and the other one is for general usage. I am trying to find out if I can ditch ...
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How to switch between buffer and terminal

I have a vim's buffer and a terminal in the same vim's window but each time switch to terminal I can only exit it to go back to vim's buffer, Is there a way to keep terminal session but be able to ...
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make :terminal use the current pane

Currently when I use :terminal to quickly open a terminal in vim, it opens in a new pane. Is it possible to change this behaviour so that it replaces the current one? I realise this would be ...
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How to execute (using bash) a buffer with line continuations (\)?

In vim8, you can do: :. term to send the current line to execute in your terminal's shell (e.g., bash). But how, in normal and ex mode, do you execute a single line that contains line ...
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Is it possible to change the statusline color in Vim 8 terminal windows?

I would like to change the default green terminal statusline below to my usual colorscheme statusline color: Is this possible? There is no mention of it in :h terminal.
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neovim: how to close the terminal buffer by just pressing enter?

NVIM v0.2.2 Build type: Release LuaJIT 2.0.5 Compilation: /usr/local/Homebrew/Library/Homebrew/shims/super/clang -Wconversion -U_FORTIFY_SOURCE -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=1 -DNVIM_MSGPACK_HAS_FLOAT32 -...
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How to write a buffer which isn't the current to a temp file?

I would like to write a buffer which isn't the current buffer to a temp file. I have found two ways to do this: (assuming buffer 42 is the one to be written) Either use writefile(): call writefile(...
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What can Neovim/Vim's :terminal do that tmux can't?

I've been using tmux for a while, and recently tried :term in Neovim for a few days. Aside from some small trivial differences, it seems mostly the same to me? What is the advantage of using :term? ...
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Neovim - Map selectively only on a terminal window

I like the terminal in neovim. I am accustomed to tmux and tmux's copy-mode, and type q to exit copy-mode to return back to regular-interactive-mode. Now, in neovim, when in NORMAL mode (which is akin ...
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How can I prevent some buffers from being reachable using bnext, bprev? [duplicate]

I'm using a combination of buffers and splits. What I want is for :bnext or :bprev (or some equivalent) not to open buffers that are already opened in some other split or tab. Is this possible?
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How to close and and delete terminal buffer if programs exited?

I'm trying to modify test runner plugin to do the following: When running test show a window with them (that part is already covered by the plugin) After all tests are done if there is no errors hide ...
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How to change buffer name for NeoVim Terminal special buffer

If I execute a interactive command with :terminal, buffername will be something like: term://.//1234:command executed here with params. I want to be able to change it to something more meaningful to ...
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How to remove lines matching pattern in all files changed in one editing session?

I'm trying to create function and a mapping to insert/remove breakpoints in python code. So far I got this function! AddBreakPoint() let l:line = line('.') let l:indentChar = ' ' call ...
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Why do terminal buffers get deleted in Neovim

My terminal buffers get deleted automatically when I switch to a different buffer. Is that supposed to happen? It's really annoying. Is there a way to prevent this?
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Exit from Terminal mode in Neovim/Vim 8

I can't figure out how to go back to Normal mode after entering Terminal in Insert mode... Escape just doesn't seem to work. Any idea?

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