in your $HOME/.vimrcCode:
% vim --version | grep clipboard -clipboard +keymap +printer +vertsplit +emacs_tags -mouse_gpm +statusline -xterm_clipboard
:wv. Then you can either open up a new vim instance or use
:rvto reload the viminfo file.
vim-8.2.4851. In my case, it was
pkg search vimin order to see which one is appriate for your desktop environment.
vimI can select something and press
"+yin order to have it copied into the DE's clipboard. Then, I can go to any other app (E.g. Pluma) and use
Ctrl+c), then I can paste it in vim using
"+gp, which will have a similar effect as
Ctrl+v, but will avoid undesired indentation and new lines to be inserted if you are copying code between apps.
pkg. This resulted in
-xterm_clipboard. After installing
vim-gtk3-8.2.4851(which automatically removed
vim-8.2.4851), I have