Tag: vim

Smarter global search for vim and fzf

The first jab I have received yesterday removed most of my productivity today as I was shackled to the bed up until the very evening. Here are two more improvements for my vim fzf series described most recently in the previous post and some other posts mentioned there, tracking m…

Smart global search for vim and fzf

In the previous post I have outlined that there are some benefits to having a fzf command search everywhere in the home folder, instead of just current working directory. Following the setup there enables for yanking and pasting lines from the files stored in distant places (in t…

Global search for vim and fzf

This post is a continuation of both my previous post about vim mnemonics and an another my post about Syncting(ing) the entire phone. I have found the combined result of both setups loosely described in those posts to be an unexpected symbiosis that works very well for editing my…

Things to do after installing ansible on Arch

After installing ansible package I start with listing all the available roles: ansible-galaxy list I am immediately greeted with two warnings: [WARNING]: - the configured path /usr/share/ansible/roles does not exist. [WARNING]: - the configured path /etc/ansible/roles does not…

Using mnemonics outside of my vim

Vim. Many swear by it, many hate it. It has a steep learning curve, but once I got proficient, I really saw the benefits. As with everything muscle memory related, it is now even harder for me to use a normal writing mode, for instance on web sites. :wq In vim I build a memory ma…