Subramanian Ramaswamy wrote:
Thanks, that solves the first half of the question.Any inputs on how to set something like "set -o vi" within the vim shell? Thanks.
I guess you would have to write it into one of the scripts which non-interactive non-login shells source at startup (see the manpage for your shell to get the names of these scripts).
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