rsi.vim : Readline style insertion
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|You know Readline key bindings? Of course you do, they're in your shell, your REPL, and perhaps even the GUI for your OS. They're similar to Emacs key bindings (C-a for home), but with several concessions for UNIX (C-w for delete word).
With rsi.vim, I've taken that same concession philosophy and extended it to Vim. Get the most useful of the ubiquitous key bindings without blindly overriding built-in Vim functionality.
C-a, C-b, C-d, C-e, C-f, C-t, M-b, M-d, M-f, M-n, and M-p are provided. Several of these let the original Vim functionality through under some circumstances (for example, at the end of the line). The meta maps are done in a way that works in the terminal without remapping escape.
|Extract in ~/.vim (~\vimfiles on Windows).|
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