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vi Editor Pocket Reference
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Autor: Arnold Robbins
ISBN: 978-0-5965-5208-4
stron: 80, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 1999-01-18
Księgarnia: Helion

Cena książki: 29,67 zł (poprzednio: 34,50 zł)
Oszczędzasz: 14% (-4,83 zł)

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For many users, working in the UNIX environment means using vi, a full-screen text editor available on most UNIX systems. Even those who know vi often make use of only a small number of its features.The vi Editor Pocket Reference is a companion volume to O'Reilly's updated sixth edition of Learning the vi Editor, a complete guide to text editing with vi. New topics in Learning the vi Editor include multi-screen editing and coverage of four vi clones: vim,elvis, nvi, and vile.This small book is a handy reference guide to the information in the larger volume, presenting movement and editing commands, the command-line options, and other elements of the vi editor in an easy-to-use tabular format.

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  • vi Editor Pocket Reference
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    • 1. vi Editor Pocket Reference
      • Introduction
      • Conventions
      • 1.1. Command-Line Options
      • 1.2. vi Commands
        • 1.2.1. Movement Commands
        • 1.2.2. Editing Commands
        • 1.2.3. Exit Commands
        • 1.2.4. Solaris vi Command-Mode Tag Commands
        • 1.2.5. Buffer Names
        • 1.2.6. Buffer and Marking Commands
      • 1.3. Input Mode Shortcuts
        • 1.3.1. Word Abbreviation
        • 1.3.2. Command and Input Mode Maps
        • 1.3.3. Executable Buffers
        • 1.3.4. Automatic Indentation
      • 1.4. Substitution and Regular Expressions
        • 1.4.1. The Substitute Command
          • 1.4.1.1. Substitution flags
        • 1.4.2. vi Regular Expressions
        • 1.4.3. POSIX Bracket Expressions
          • 1.4.3.1. POSIX character classes
        • 1.4.4. Metacharacters Used in Replacement Strings
        • 1.4.5. More Substitution Tricks
      • 1.5. ex Commands
        • 1.5.1. Command Syntax
        • 1.5.2. Address Symbols
        • 1.5.3. Command Option Symbols
        • 1.5.4. Alphabetical List of Commands
      • 1.6. Initialization and Recovery
        • 1.6.1. Initialization
        • 1.6.2. Recovery
      • 1.7. vi Options
      • 1.8. Enhanced Tags and Tag Stacks
        • 1.8.1. Exuberant ctags
          • 1.8.1.1. Extended ctags keywords
        • 1.8.2. Solaris 2.6 vi Tag Stacking
          • 1.8.2.1. Tag commands
          • 1.8.2.2. Command-mode tag commands
          • 1.8.2.3. Options for tag management
      • 1.9. nviNew vi
        • 1.9.1. Important Command-Line Arguments
        • 1.9.2. nvi Window Management Commands
        • 1.9.3. Extended Regular Expressions
        • 1.9.4. Command-Line History and Completion Options
        • 1.9.5. Tag Stacks
          • 1.9.5.1. Tag commands
          • 1.9.5.2. Command-mode tag commands
        • 1.9.6. nvi 1.79 Additional Set Options
      • 1.10. elvis
        • 1.10.1. Important Command-Line Arguments
        • 1.10.2. elvis Window Management Commands
          • 1.10.2.1. Arguments to the :window command
          • 1.10.2.2. Window commands from vi command mode
        • 1.10.3. Extended Regular Expressions
        • 1.10.4. Command-Line History and Completion Movement Keys
        • 1.10.5. Tag Stacks
          • 1.10.5.1. Tag commands
          • 1.10.5.2. Command-mode tag commands
        • 1.10.6. Edit-Compile Speedup
          • 1.10.6.1. Program development commands
          • 1.10.6.2. Display modes
          • 1.10.6.3. Display-mode commands
          • 1.10.6.4. Options for print management
          • 1.10.6.5. Values for the lptype option
        • 1.10.7. elvis 2.0 Set Options
      • 1.11. vimvi Improved
        • 1.11.1. Important Command-Line Arguments
        • 1.11.2. vim Window Management Commands
          • 1.11.2.1. Window commands from vi mode
        • 1.11.3. Extended Regular Expressions
        • 1.11.4. Command-Line History and Completion
          • 1.11.4.1. History commands
          • 1.11.4.2. Completion commands
        • 1.11.5. Tag Stacks
          • 1.11.5.1. Tag commands
          • 1.11.5.2. Command-mode tag commands
        • 1.11.6. Edit-Compile Speedup
          • 1.11.6.1. Program development commands
          • 1.11.6.2. Program development options
        • 1.11.7. Programming Assistance
          • 1.11.7.1. Indentation and formatting options
          • 1.11.7.2. Identifier search commands
          • 1.11.7.3. Identifier search commands from ex mode
          • 1.11.7.4. Extended matching commands
        • 1.11.8. vim 5.1 Set Options
      • 1.12. vilevi Like Emacs
        • 1.12.1. Important Command-Line Arguments
        • 1.12.2. vile Window Management Commands
        • 1.12.3. Extended Regular Expressions
        • 1.12.4. Command-Line History and Completion
          • 1.12.4.1. History options
          • 1.12.4.2. History commands
        • 1.12.5. Tag Stacks
          • 1.12.5.1. Tag commands
          • 1.12.5.2. Command mode tag commands
        • 1.12.6. Edit-Compile Speedup
          • 1.12.6.1. Program development vi mode commands
        • 1.12.7. vile 8.0 Set Options
      • 1.13. Clone Source and Contact Information
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