authornicm <nicm>2010-09-18 09:36:15 (GMT)
committer nicm <nicm>2010-09-18 09:36:15 (GMT)
commit9722db0a53c8a97450aad862e3f43b8b6318d652 (patch) (side-by-side diff)
parent07fee10df232c9b7da2741f3b24167b5ac40903c (diff)
Update, from Daniel Thau.
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1 files changed, 9 insertions, 8 deletions
diff --git a/examples/vim-keys.conf b/examples/vim-keys.conf
index 47a6646..2dcbeeb 100644
--- a/examples/vim-keys.conf
+++ b/examples/vim-keys.conf
@@ -1,23 +1,24 @@
-# $Id: vim-keys.conf,v 1.1 2010/01/17 16:24:09 nicm Exp $
+# $Id: vim-keys.conf,v 1.2 2010/09/18 09:36:15 nicm Exp $
-# vim-keys.conf, v1.0 2010/01/15
+# vim-keys.conf, v1.2 2010/09/12
# By Daniel Thau. Public domain.
# This configuration file binds many vi- and vim-like bindings to the
# appropriate tmux key bindings. Note that for many key bindings there is no
-# tmux analogue.
+# tmux analogue. This is intended for tmux 1.3, which handles pane selection
+# differently from the previous versions
# split windows like vim
# vim's definition of a horizontal/vertical split is reversed from tmux's
bind s split-window -v
bind v split-window -h
-# move around panes with j and k, a bit like vim
-# as of tmux 1.1, there is no way to move based on pane position (ie, no way to
-# move the pane to the right)
-bind j down-pane
-bind k up-pane
+# move around panes with hjkl, as one would in vim after pressing ctrl-w
+bind h select-pane -L
+bind j select-pane -D
+bind k select-pane -U
+bind l select-pane -R
# resize panes like vim
# feel free to change the "1" to however many lines you want to resize by, only