#!/usr/bin/env zsh emulate zsh -o extended_glob if [[ $1 == (#b)([^:]##):([0-9]##):* ]]; then [[ -z $EDITOR ]] && EDITOR=mcedit $EDITOR +$match **/$match;t fi
SOME_VAR'? Noticeand ', whose basically, apparently block any way of quoting the text, e.g.: !sh -c 'ls "%(text)"' will not work, nor will !sh -c "ls '%(text)'". So, is there a way to properly pass such %(text) to a sh command?
External commands: I @sh -c "echo -n %(commit) | xclip -selection c"
/search only takes the commits message into consideration, and when the diffview is open only the content of the diff of that specific commit is searched. Instead I would like to find the most recent commit that touched a variable called
rare_banana. Can this be done in tig?
git log -G bananaramamama | tigand press
q, the tig window will close, but the process will stay alive and hence not give you back the prompt. You can kill it with
git log | tigas an alternative way of starting tig? so That
git log -S banana | tigcould work, for example?