Would you consider making fish aware of a new keybindings directory inside
Then, during startup, copy the user's
if functions -q fish_user_key_bindings functions -c fish_user_key_bindings __fish_user_key_bindings end function fish_user_key_bindings for file in ~/.config/fish/keybindings/*.fish source $file end if functions -q __fish_user_key_bindings __fish_user_key_bindings end end
I can emulate this behavior using
In fisher v2.x (since I depend exclusively on fish autoloading feature) I go to great lengths to generate a
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I've actually been thinking about doing away with the need for
Really, the only reason that function is needed is because, when the user switches binding sets (e.g. from emacs to vi) we want to erase everything belonging to the old set. So what we do now is to erase everything and rerun that function.
What I've been thinking about is to add a "--default" or "--system" switch to
So what fisher/omf/fundle would then do is simply call
@faho Do you mean that it would work similarly to
So, with complete we can already
Not really, no. Just if you call
If you do
I don't think we would need any special files to support this - you'd do
I haven't run any benchmarks, but I suspect this wouldn't be scalable as it would force every script that wants to add its own bindings to copy any existing
echo "...initializing my script" if functions -q fish_user_key_bindings functions --copy fish_user_key_bindings _my_script_fish_user_key_bindings end function fish_user_key_bindings bind ... bind ... bind ... if functions -q _my_script_fish_user_key_bindings _my_script_fish_user_key_bindings end end
If I have 10 my_script-like files in
A more sensible approach would be to copy the function only once and source a bunch of files with the
Now, perhaps I still don't understand what "doing away with the need for
That would be a breaking change, and IMO, a less optimal plan of action, as it would force plugin manager authors to go to great lengths if they intend to support at least fish >=2.3, as I intend to do.
What I mean, in short, is this: Making
Ever wondered why that is?
It's because we only set up your bindings after config.fish has run (via a function triggered
What I want is to erase all bindings that have been set up as part of a binding set (which won't include any bindings you've set up previously). Then we can still run
You wouldn't have to! You'd just do
It wouldn't, because we'd still run
: Of course we could also stop erasing all bindings the first time the bindings are set up. That would make
This allows for marking certain bindings as part of a preset, which allows us to - only erase those when switching presets - go back to the preset binding when erasing a user binding - only show user customization if requested - make bare bind statements in config.fish work (!!!11elf!!!) Fixes fish-shell#5191. Fixes fish-shell#3699.