114464Re: Broken undo?
- May 14, 2010Israel Chauca wrote:
> On May 13, 2010, at 3:56 PM, Bram Moolenaar wrote:I see it. It's the same problem as the first one in a different form.
> >>> That indeed looks like a bug.
> >> Good to know. Should I write a ticket for this bug somewhere or do
> >> something else?
> > No need. Storing bugs in a dusty database won't help getting them
> > solved.
> >>>> If I undo again, I get the original empty window.
> >>>> If I start in the second step, I can't undo to the empty window, I'm
> >>>> left with two lines but I can exit vim as if the buffer was in its
> >>>> original state.
> >>> I don't see this problem.
> >> I can reproduce it in the default vim for MacOS X 10.6 and MacVim, but
> >> neither of them are the latest version, when I can compile vim in my
> >> Mac I'll try again.
> > Perhaps you need to explain more cleary what you do exactly.
> The next steps are are just one insert:
> 1. Insert 1.
> 2. Now <C-R>=setline('.','12')<CR>
> 3. Insert <CR>
> 4. Exit insert mode and undo (u).
> The buffer should be empty but it has two lines, the first one is
> empty and the second one has the number 2 in it. Since the buffer
> isn't empty, I should get E37 when I :quit, instead vim exits without
> any message.
> Let's see if that works.
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