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On the emacs wiki for evil there is a section about this: Managing keymaps > Overriding and intercept keymaps: Overriding and intercept keymaps There are Emacs modes that provide their own single letter key bindings, independent of Evil. BufferMenu, Ediff, and Edebug are a few examples. By default, Evil allows these modes’ keymaps to override Evil’...


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If there's no such command in Vim, there won't be one in Evil either. If there is one, but it doesn't work right, consider reporting a bug. :wbd isn't a thing in my Vim, but it's not hard to recreate it with a bit of Emacs Lisp: (evil-define-command evil-write-and-kill-buffer (path) "Save and kill buffer." :repeat nil :move-point nil (interactive "&...


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