rebind keys to *-visual-line if visual-line-mode is enabled

Gordon Gustafson gordon3.14 at
Mon Sep 21 02:41:58 CEST 2015

dd always operates on visual lines. Does g0dg$ do what you want  (kill only
the current visual line if I understand correctly)? We try not to break Vim
compatibility unless we have a good reason to.
On Sep 19, 2015 3:32 PM, "William Xu" <william.xwl at> wrote:

> Hi,
> When visual-line-mode is enabled, those emacs movement/deletions/.. keys
> will
> operate on visual line automatically.  e.g, C-a to the beginning of visual
> line;
> C-k will kill current visual line.
> In evil-mode, why do we need additional keys to do that?  Like g0, and dd
> will
> still kill the logical line, not visual line.  Can we have the same
> behavior as
> emacs keys?
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