vim-digraphs

A package implementing the digraphs of vim.

vim
symbols

Paste this command in a terminal to install the package

espanso install vim-digraphs
Description
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vim-digraphs

A package implementing most of the digraphs from vim-digraphs, themselves taken from the RFC1345 mnemonics. To use, prepend the digraph with comma.
Example: The digraph for α is
a*
. Type
,a*
to type α.

general principles

(adapted from original helpfile)
To make it easy to remember the mnemonic, the second third character has a standard meaning:
char name
char
meaning
example
result
Exclamation mark
!
Grave
,a!
à
Apostrophe
'
Acute accent
,a'
á
Greater-Than sign
>
Circumflex accent
,a>
â
Question mark
?
Tilde
,a?
ã
Hyphen-Minus
-
Macron
,a-
ā
Left parenthesis
(
Breve
,a(
ă
Full stop
.
Dot above
,e.
ė
Colon
:
Diaeresis
,a:
ä
Comma
,
Cedilla
,c,
ç
Underline
_
Underline
,h_
Solidus
/
Stroke
,h/
ħ
Quotation mark
"
Double acute accent
,o"
ő
Semicolon
;
Ogonek
,a;
ą
Less-Than sign
<
Caron
,a<
ǎ
Zero
0
Ring above
,U0
Ů
Two
2
Hook
,a2
Nine
9
Horn
,o9
ơ
Equals
=
Cyrillic (= used as second char)
,D=
Д
Asterisk
*
Greek
,W*
Ω
Percent sign
%
Greek/Cyrillic special
,s%
ш
Plus
+
smalls: Arabic, capitals: Hebrew
,A+
א
Three
3
some Latin/Greek/Cyrillic letters
,c3
ҁ
Four
4
Bopomofo
,b4
Five
5
Hiragana
,A5
Six
6
Katakana
,A6

what did i leave out?

  • The control characters from ASCII like Line Feed and Bell
  • The control characters from Unicode like Padding Character and High Octet Preset
I could probably add them if there is a desire for that.
For the list of digraphs, read the documentation of vim-digraph from vim.