137184Re: What character is this?
- Apr 11 5:42 AMOn 11/04/13 07:40, Christian Brabandt wrote:
> Hi Tony!After git clone, make vimball, updating manually (because I place that
> On Do, 11 Apr 2013, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
>> ah, nice plugin; and the first time it fetches the UnicodeData.txt
>> file from the Unicode Consortium's site. :-)
>> After some playing with it, I notice that characters not in the list
>> (e.g. U+3102) give errors:
>> Error detected while processing function unicode#GetUniChar:
>> line 38:
>> E118: Too many arguments for function: add
>> line 47:
>> E684: list index out of range: 0
>> E116: invalid arguments for function printf("'%s' U+%04X %s %s %s",
>> glyph, values(dict), keys(dict), dchar, html))
>> E116: Invalid arguments for function add
>> All in all, I like it, in spite of these errors.
> I think, this error is fixed in the latest development version on
> github. Can you please try with that version? If you find more errors,
> please tell me and I'll fix those.
plugin in $VIM/vimfiles, not ~/.vim), removing the BOM from the helpfile
(I have 'bomb' on by default and :helptags doesn't like it), ":helptags
$VIM/vimfiles/doc" and finally (very important) restarting Vim, the
error has disappeared: I get just "Character ' ' U+3102 not found" in
magenta on the message line (with a hollow box and subscript 3102
starting between the quotes and extending rightwards over U+).
*unicode.txt* A completion plugin for Unicode glyphs
Author: Christian Brabandt <cb@...>
Version: 0.17 Thu, 11 Apr 2013 14:17:13 +0200
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