Re: [dev] [sandy] [PATCH] VIM key bindings.

From: Dimitris Zervas <>
Date: Wed, 09 Jul 2014 22:22:12 +0300

On July 9, 2014 10:14:16 PM EEST, Rafa Garcia Gallego <> wrote:
>Hi Dimitris,
>Thanks for working on sandy! I'm skimming over the changes and they
>look promising. When you are done polishing, they would fit nicely
>In fact... does anyone use the default / non-modal sandy bindings on a
>daily basis? I find they work nicely for simple edits or when typing
>from scratch, but find myself falling back to vi(m) for heavier
>We can try and keep two different config files for a while. As a side
>note: the first version of sandy was actually a GTK+ editor and had
>two different config files for Emacs and CUA/windows-like keybindings.
>If "suckless-vi" ends up based on sandy I'll be as happy as a clam. I
>don't have a lot of free time, but I'd be happy to help.

Yes! I was really worried about "cancelling" your precious work, but with 2 configs, we're happy :)
I am now working on multiplying commands (5x will delete 5 chars, etc) and then I'll clean up and submit the final patches.
The whole code has a switch to turn completely off the whole vim-thing.

I really hope that this is our suckless-vim :)
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