just note - the functionality has been removed in the recent Vim package
for 2 reasons:
1) making it default breaks a default vim alias - vimdiff == vim -d ,
because diff functionality is not a part of small set of features 'vi'
is compiled with
2) making it optional via an environment variable (the way I thought it
could be possible) doesn't cover all use cases when the 'vim -> vi'
should work f.e. doesn't work with sudo. And it still requires an action
from user which wants the functionality to be enabled, so I don't see a
difference for user if the user needs to set 'alias vim=vi' or set
I'm sorry for inconvenience,
On 10/10/20 2:37 PM, clime wrote:
could Fedora and CentOS containers for docker and podman come with
`alias vim=vi` in ~/.bashrc?
I would very much welcome it as I am used to type vim everywhere but
if vi starts instead I am happy too. I know that the solution is to
create a customized container but often I want to try something on
vanilla containers from the whole range.
Didn't want to write about this first but maybe there are more people
with the same problem.
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