VI MODE in zsh: How to make cursor start at end of line when scrolling through history?

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  • zsh-vi-mode

    💻 A better and friendly vi(vim) mode plugin for ZSH.

    My following recommendation does not address your original question, but you might be interested into it. Since a year or so I use a plugin for ZSH which enhances the vim like capabilities on the commandline: https://github.com/jeffreytse/zsh-vi-mode And additionally in normal mode vv will open up vim for editing this commandline and a :wq would go back with the updated line. Not using myself, but cool to have.

  • athame

    Full vim for your shell (bash, zsh, gdb, python, etc)

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