vile is a vi clone based originally on MicroEmacs, whose main goal is to provide the “finger feel” of vi.
vile begins editing on the first file at the specified
line number; this can also be given as
Invokes vile on the help file.
Invokes vile in “read-only” mode; no writes are permitted while in this mode.
In the first file, vile executes an
initial search for the given pattern; this can also be given as
Invokes vile in “view” mode; no changes are permitted to any buffer while in this mode.
vile prints a short usage summary and exits.
vile runs the specified file as its startup file and bypasses any normal startup file.
Eliminate all windows except the current one
Destroy the current window unless it’s the last one
Bring given (or under-cursor, for
Increase the size of the current window by count
Move next window down (or buffer up) by count lines
Move next window up (or buffer down) by count lines
Scroll window to left by count columns, half-screen if count unspecified
Scroll window to right by count columns, half-screen if count unspecified
Move to the next window