How can I start in command mode (not insert mode) in readline's vi editting-mode
Full question in title Use case: At a shell prompt, I hit return. I want to go up to the previous line, so I hit <esc>k. I'd rather not have to <esc> that command. Seems to me that i is only a command, and should not be the default mode. As it is not in vi, nor vim, nor neo
One answer is to map an disposable key to the right vi-mode commands. For example I have added to my ~/.inputrc just such a mapping for the # key. Working on variants for , ...
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