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113474Re: How to remember end of line when quitting/reopening in insert mode

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  • Jean Johner
    Apr 1, 2010
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      Hi Andy,
      One (last?) suggestion to improve lastpos.vim

      1) Consider a .vimrc containing the following 2 lines:
      set insertmode
      imap <F8> <C-\><C-O>:bprevious<CR>

      Please do the following:
      gvim file1
      CTRL-O :e file2
      put the cursor at the end of line 10
      <F8>
      put the cursor at the end of line 10 (in file1)
      Use <F8> several times
      You see that the end of lines are remembered (Good)

      2) Just add "set hidden" in the .vimrc
      set insertmode
      set hidden
      imap <F8> <C-\><C-O>:bprevious<CR>

      Please do the following:
      gvim file1
      CTRL-O :e file2
      put the cursor at the end of line 10
      <F8>
      put the cursor at the end of line 10 (in file1)
      Use <F8> several times
      You see that only line numbers are remembered. The cursor is always on
      column 1.

      Can you improve that?

      Hint: Using vimrc_example.vim as .vimrc (without lastpos.vim), the
      same problem occurs in normal mode. The solution is to replace
      BufReadPost with BufWinEnter in vimrc_example.vim.

      Best regards
      Jean Johner

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