Evil Mode

Neeraj Sharma neeraj.dl at gmail.com
Sat Jul 23 08:15:05 CEST 2011

Thanks for the reply Vegard. I just pulled the latest and it does seem to
fix my issue with windows shell mode.

Regarding dired mode, I do see its in emacs state by default but i find it
somewhat confusing for the fingers to go back and forth between j/k (other
modes) and n/p (dired). Moreover, even if I go to the evil-normal-state I
expect pressing enter or "o" would open the file but it just goes to the
next line. I realize that its not supported but it comes naturally. On vim,
I really like the NERDTREE shortcuts so replicating those is what comes to
my mind.

Thanks & Regards,
Neeraj Sharma

On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 3:05 PM, Vegard Øye <vegard_oye at hotmail.com> wrote:

> On 2011-07-21 22:36 +0200, Neeraj Sharma wrote:
> > Thanks for the wonderful evil mode.
> Thanks for your interest in Evil. Please note that Evil is under
> development and some features (e.g., Ex) are still missing.
> You can always get the latest updates with "git pull".
> > Shell-mode on windows: It blocks all the output text.
> Fixed in commit 37c9490.
> > Bookmark and dired mode: On pressing enter the file does not open.
> bookmark-bmenu-mode is fixed in commit 623bab7. Dired should be fixed
> already -- are you using the latest revision? Evil assigns Dired to
> Emacs state, so that by default, no vi bindings are active in a Dired
> buffer.[1] As Thomas points out, you can use "C-z" to toggle between
> Emacs state and Normal state.
> [1] It is perfectly possible to add vi bindings to Dired mode, but it
> requires some thought with regard to the overlap between Dired and vi.
> Suggestions are welcome.
> --
> Vegard
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