142660Re: RFE: honor 'eol' setting regardless of 'binary' flag.
- Jul 13, 2014Tim Chase wrote:
> Take Christian's advice: just put "set binary" in your vimrc and be---
> done with it. Anything more is just trolling the list.
set binary changes other settings that I don't want changed:
The following options will be ignored:
textwidth, wrapmargin, modeline, expandtab, fileformat, (and fileformats)
I only need this behavior:
When writing a file the <EOL> for the last line is only written if
there was one in the original file (normally Vim appends an <EOL> to
the last line if there is none; this would make the file longer). See
the 'endofline' option.
--- and what I asked for initally (see subject)...
is for the eol setting to be honored regardless of it being in text or
You are forcing your way of doing things down everyone else's throat --
then calling anyone who disagrees a 'troll'.
Asking that vim honor the 'eol' in text is asking for a broken feature to be
Having it only work in binary, where the desired behavior already works
is not helpful. If the option worked in text mode, then this discussion
wouldn't be necessary. Calling anyone who asks for an option -- ALREADY
IN VIM -- to work consistently is not trolling. It's asking for sanity.
It's much easier to argue for the one who maintains an irrational position
as being a troll.
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