Charles Campbell wrote:
> This problem appeared with a recent patch (I can't backtrack on the
> patches to find out which one on my work machine -- however, I suspect
> its patch#1277).
> Have two files, tmp1 and tmp2, with several lines contained in each:
> vim -O tmp1 tmp2
> :set cul
> :wincmd l
> :set cul
> :wincmd h
> Note that the "current line" in the tmp2 file disappears. This affects
> the "ProcTrak" plugin which we're using at Goddard Space Flight Center's
> MMS project.
> Typically, the display has two windows:
> | | |
> | Log | Procedure |
> | File | File |
> | | |
> (you should use a monospace font to view the above, but I didn't do this
> email with html to avoid the associated petulance).
> So the log file is queried at a 3Hz rate; it often has procedure+line
> data and so the procedure file display is updated accordingly. It was
> showing the current line in the procedure file window, but now "set cul"
> is no longer effective.
Right, patch 1277 changed a bit too much. A redraw may remove the
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A: None. We'll fix it in software.
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