related files support: press
*mru*buffer to bubble up files “related” (path-wise) to the one under cursor. Or use
mru-files-related(or a mapping) to bring up a reshuffled
*mru*related to any buffer. You can update the actual history file from
*mru*, as before, by pressing “
>” (otherwise, the reshuffling is only temporary).
session autosave: by default (
mru_files_session_autosave = true), the list of open buffers is saved to
~/.local/share/kak/mru/mru_files_session.kak) on client exit. Invoke
kakrc/ manually to restore the session on startup / whenever. As before, sessions can be saved to specific files as well.
- more functions in the POSIX shell library
k9s0ke-shlib, designed to facilitate common operations and avoid subshells / pipes:
..._r4(“return-for”) versions leave results in
..._refversions take one or more
outvarnames as args
str_...versions operate on strings rather than stdin
Edit: changed the annoying
<space> mapping to “
Please enjoy, and report any problems or ideas for improvements!
t3st — my
TAP-based shell testing library aiming for … infinite flexibility with default simplicity (or something). Both shell functions and plugin installation in a clean environment (
$HOME mockup) can be tested (see the
mru-files test branch). Tests can be run sequentially or in parallel using perl’s
t3st can also set up there wrappers (
git aliases working from anywhere in the project) to test multiple shells automatically.
t3st itself can be used in
busybox sh /
zsh (with its various emulation modes) / FreeBSD