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zshrc, keys: Move all bindings over to bind2maps

Signed-off-by: Frank Terbeck <ft@grml.org>
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@@ -782,11 +782,11 @@ grmlcomp() {
compdef _hosts upgrade
}
-# Keyboard setup: The following is the same code, we wrote for debian's setup.
-# It ensures the terminal is in the right mode, when zle is active, so the
-# values from $terminfo are valid. Therefore, this setup should work on all
-# systems, that have support for `terminfo'. It also requires the zsh in use to
-# have the `zsh/terminfo' module built.
+# Keyboard setup: The following is based on the same code, we wrote for
+# debian's setup. It ensures the terminal is in the right mode, when zle is
+# active, so the values from $terminfo are valid. Therefore, this setup should
+# work on all systems, that have support for `terminfo'. It also requires the
+# zsh in use to have the `zsh/terminfo' module built.
#
# If you are customising your `zle-line-init()' or `zle-line-finish()'
# functions, make sure you call the following utility functions in there:
@@ -1325,7 +1325,12 @@ function bind2maps () {
done
shift
- sequence="${key[$1]}"
+ if [[ "$1" == "-s" ]]; then
+ shift
+ sequence="$1"
+ else
+ sequence="${key[$1]}"
+ fi
widget="$2"
[[ -z "$sequence" ]] && return 1
@@ -1372,6 +1377,19 @@ key=(
BackTab "${terminfo[kcbt]}"
)
+# Guidelines for adding key bindings:
+#
+# - Do not add hardcoded escape sequences, to enable non standard key
+# combinations such as Ctrl-Meta-Left-Cursor. They are not easily portable.
+#
+# - Adding Ctrl characters, such as '^b' is okay; note that '^b' and '^B' are
+# the same key.
+#
+# - All keys from the $key[] mapping are obviously okay.
+#
+# - Most terminals send "ESC x" when Meta-x is pressed. Thus, sequences like
+# '\ex' are allowed in here as well.
+
bind2maps emacs -- Home beginning-of-somewhere
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Home vi-beginning-of-line
bind2maps emacs -- End end-of-somewhere
@@ -1387,93 +1405,107 @@ bind2maps viins vicmd -- Left vi-backward-char
bind2maps emacs -- Right forward-char
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Right vi-forward-char
bind2maps viins vicmd -- Right vi-forward-char
-
-if zrcgotkeymap menuselect; then
- #m# k Shift-tab Perform backwards menu completion
- bind2maps menuselect -- BackTab reverse-menu-complete
-
- #k# menu selection: pick item but stay in the menu
- zrcbindkey -M menuselect '\e^M' accept-and-menu-complete
- # also use + and INSERT since it's easier to press repeatedly
- zrcbindkey -M menuselect "+" accept-and-menu-complete
- zrcbindkey -M menuselect "^[[2~" accept-and-menu-complete
-
- # accept a completion and try to complete again by using menu
- # completion; very useful with completing directories
- # by using 'undo' one's got a simple file browser
- zrcbindkey -M menuselect '^o' accept-and-infer-next-history
-fi
-
#k# Display list of abbreviations that expand when followed by ,.
-zrcbindkey ",." zleiab
-zrcbindkey '^xb' help-show-abk
-zrcbindkey '^xM' inplaceMkDirs
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s ',.' zleiab
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xb' help-show-abk
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xM' inplaceMkDirs
#k# display help for keybindings and ZLE
-zrcbindkey '^xz' help-zle
-
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xz' help-zle
#k# Insert files and test globbing
-zrcbindkey "^xf" insert-files # C-x-f
-
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^xf" insert-files
#k# Edit the current line in \kbd{\$EDITOR}
-zrcbindkey '\ee' edit-command-line
-
-## use Ctrl-left-arrow and Ctrl-right-arrow for jumping to word-beginnings on the CL
-zrcbindkey "\e[5C" forward-word
-zrcbindkey "\e[5D" backward-word
-zrcbindkey "\e[1;5C" forward-word
-zrcbindkey "\e[1;5D" backward-word
-## the same for alt-left-arrow and alt-right-arrow
-zrcbindkey '^[[1;3C' forward-word
-zrcbindkey '^[[1;3D' backward-word
-
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\ee' edit-command-line
#k# search history backward for entry beginning with typed text
-zrcbindkey '^xp' history-beginning-search-backward-end
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xp' history-beginning-search-backward-end
#k# search history forward for entry beginning with typed text
-zrcbindkey '^xP' history-beginning-search-forward-end
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xP' history-beginning-search-forward-end
#k# search history backward for entry beginning with typed text
-zrcbindkey "\e[5~" history-beginning-search-backward-end # PageUp
+bind2maps emacs viins -- PageUp history-beginning-search-backward-end
#k# search history forward for entry beginning with typed text
-zrcbindkey "\e[6~" history-beginning-search-forward-end # PageDown
-
-# insert unicode character
-# usage example: 'ctrl-x i' 00A7 'ctrl-x i' will give you an §
-# See for example http://unicode.org/charts/ for unicode characters code
-#k# Insert Unicode character
-zrcbindkey '^xi' insert-unicode-char
-
+bind2maps emacs viins -- PageDown history-beginning-search-forward-end
#k# Toggle abbreviation expansion on/off
-zrcbindkey '^xA' grml_toggle_abbrev
-zrcbindkey "^x^h" commit-to-history
-
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xA' grml_toggle_abbrev
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^x^h" commit-to-history
#k# Kill left-side word or everything up to next slash
-zrcbindkey '\ev' slash-backward-kill-word
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\ev' slash-backward-kill-word
#k# Kill left-side word or everything up to next slash
-zrcbindkey '\e^h' slash-backward-kill-word
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\e^h' slash-backward-kill-word
#k# Kill left-side word or everything up to next slash
-zrcbindkey '\e^?' slash-backward-kill-word
-
-# use the new *-pattern-* widgets for incremental history search
-if zrcgotwidget history-incremental-pattern-search-backward; then
- zrcbindkey '^r' history-incremental-pattern-search-backward
- zrcbindkey '^s' history-incremental-pattern-search-forward
-fi
-
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\e^?' slash-backward-kill-word
# Do history expansion on space:
-zrcbindkey ' ' magic-space
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s ' ' magic-space
#k# Trigger menu-complete
-zrcbindkey '\ei' menu-complete # menu completion via esc-i
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '\ei' menu-complete # menu completion via esc-i
#k# Insert a timestamp on the command line (yyyy-mm-dd)
-zrcbindkey '^ed' insert-datestamp
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^ed' insert-datestamp
#k# Insert last typed word
-zrcbindkey "\em" insert-last-typed-word
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "\em" insert-last-typed-word
#k# A smart shortcut for \kbd{fg<enter>}
-zrcbindkey '^z' grml-zsh-fg
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^z' grml-zsh-fg
#k# prepend the current command with "sudo"
-zrcbindkey "^os" sudo-command-line
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^os" sudo-command-line
#k# jump to after first word (for adding options)
-zrcbindkey '^x1' jump_after_first_word
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^x1' jump_after_first_word
#k# complete word from history with menu
-zrcbindkey "^x^x" hist-complete
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s "^x^x" hist-complete
+
+# insert unicode character
+# usage example: 'ctrl-x i' 00A7 'ctrl-x i' will give you an §
+# See for example http://unicode.org/charts/ for unicode characters code
+#k# Insert Unicode character
+bind2maps emacs viins -- -s '^xi' insert-unicode-char
+
+# use the new *-pattern-* widgets for incremental history search
+if zrcgotwidget history-incremental-pattern-search-backward; then
+ for seq wid in '^r' history-incremental-pattern-search-backward \
+ '^s' history-incremental-pattern-search-forward
+ do
+ bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s $seq $wid
+ done
+fi
+
+if zrcgotkeymap menuselect; then
+ #m# k Shift-tab Perform backwards menu completion
+ bind2maps menuselect -- BackTab reverse-menu-complete
+
+ #k# menu selection: pick item but stay in the menu
+ bind2maps menuselect -- -s '\e^M' accept-and-menu-complete
+ # also use + and INSERT since it's easier to press repeatedly
+ bind2maps menuselect -- -s '+' accept-and-menu-complete
+ bind2maps menuselect -- Insert accept-and-menu-complete
+
+ # accept a completion and try to complete again by using menu
+ # completion; very useful with completing directories
+ # by using 'undo' one's got a simple file browser
+ bind2maps menuselect -- -s '^o' accept-and-infer-next-history
+fi
+
+# Finally, here are still a few hardcoded escape sequences; Special sequences
+# like Ctrl-<Cursor-key> etc do suck a fair bit, because they are not
+# standardised and most of the time are not available in a terminals terminfo
+# entry.
+#
+# While we do not encourage adding bindings like these, we will keep these for
+# backward compatibility.
+
+## use Ctrl-left-arrow and Ctrl-right-arrow for jumping to word-beginnings on
+## the command line.
+# URxvt sequences:
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\eOc' forward-word
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\eOd' backward-word
+# These are for xterm:
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e[1;5C' forward-word
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e[1;5D' backward-word
+## the same for alt-left-arrow and alt-right-arrow
+# URxvt again:
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e\e[C' forward-word
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e\e[D' backward-word
+# Xterm again:
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '^[[1;3C' forward-word
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '^[[1;3D' backward-word
+# Also try ESC Left/Right:
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e'${key[Right]} forward-word
+bind2maps emacs viins vicmd -- -s '\e'${key[Left]} backward-word
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