delicious and vimperator

I’ve been trying to figure out how to use delicious with vimperator. I installed the delicious vimperator plugin and now I have the :delicious command, which doesn’t seem to do anything as far as I can tell. I asked a couple of times on the freenode/#vimperator channel, which is very nice, but nobody seemed to know.

However I recently rediscovered :set guioptions+=mTB, which shows that, indeed, the regular Firefox is back there. And then it occured to me how to do it. CTRL-v is the pass-through to Firefox, and so CTRL-v CTRL-d opens the delicious bookmark page, and CTRL-v CTRL-b opens the delicious sidebar (if you have the regular delicious plug-in). This occured to me because, though I liked y for yanking the current address, I had to lookup CTRL-v CTRL-v to paste it since p doesn’t work. So:

Firefox Passthrough


Paste from Clipboard


Toggle Delicious Sidebar


Add Bookmark to Delicious


bash completion for vim and latex

I want bash to complete .tex whenever I type vim file. and there’s a file.tex in the directory. This was driving me nuts since it was completing all the LaTeX aux files etc whenever I did it, but I found (again) /etc/bash_completion which has the line

complete -f -X ‘*.@(o|so|so.!(conf)|a|rpm|gif|GIF|jp?(e)g|JP?(E)G|mp3|MP3|mp?(e)g|MPG|avi|AVI|asf|ASF|ogg|OGG|class|CLASS)’ vi vim gvim rvim view rview rgvim rgview gview

which is obviously the line in question. all i did was add (aux|out|log to these filetypes and put that line in my bashrc and its working much better. frankly this was just lucky, since i dont think more than about 50-200 people in the world really understand bash completion very well.

there’s an incredible programmer i came across who wrote something interesting called compleat.

also i rediscovered FIGNORE, which is a list of file extensions for bash to ignore on all completions. just export it from your .bashrc.