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  • Charles E Campbell
    Feb 21, 2013
      Eric Weir wrote:
      > On Feb 21, 2013, at 2:05 PM, Charles E Campbell <drchip@...> wrote:
      >> Eric Weir wrote:
      >>> Today I deleted the vim app and reinstalled it, to give me a clean slate to work with. Subsequently, I encountered something that struck me as weird: When I do an 'R' in netrw, instead of asking me to confirm that I want to rename, it tells me it's "moving" the file. The current path and the target path are identical. Changing the name of the file in the target path gets the file renamed.
      >>> I checked and that's the way it's working in regular vim, as well. I don't recall it working that way in the past. Am I mistaken? [Probably so.]
      >> Well, you know its very hard to predict things, especially when the future is involved!
      > Vim is alive? It's changing on its own?
      > Or did I misremember?
      Netrw is not asking for confirmation, its asking you to provide the new
      name. Thus the "Moving (curfilename) to (curfilename)" message, which
      you can edit (or not, which is the "future" to which I jocularly
      referred to above). Netrw doesn't change the message afterwards, it
      leaves it on the display.

      The "renaming" operation has always worked that way; and it actually is
      a move.

      C Campbell

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