I am new to kakoune, coming from vim. I just wanted to know, why the “buffer” commands are inverted. We have “buffer-next” and “buffer-previous”. But we also have “delete-buffer”. This last one seems to me, to go against the kakoune philosophy of first selecting and then acting. Furthermore, I want to write “buffer-…” and then need to correct this.
The question, I guess, is: Why is it “delete-buffer” and not “buffer-delete”?
P.S.: I like the “selection first” mentality. It has a very 2016 kind of vibe I also very
much like the regex mechanism. It comes much more naturaly to me than the vim-counterpart.
P.P.S.: I am in favor of the whole “Duck”-Issue