40494Re: 6.2: command line options (like +) appear as ex commands
- Jun 3, 2003Around about 03/06/2003 09:05, Neil Bird typed ...
> I'll report back if I find anything that makes sense :-/Nope, I'm stuck :-(
The other thing whose removal 'stopped' the problem was Dr. Chips C
Stubs plugin - and again, it was the mere 'function! <SID>' existence
that did it.
There are no messages, and (oddly) with -V I don't see the output
that normally causes the prompt (:call foreground() etc.) - unless
that's lost in the 'truncated...' bit of the popup you get from Win32
I get a few lines over verbosity in the gvim window that's then wiped
(but seem to end up in :messages) then a page full (+ prompt) then
another partial page (but no prompt). I've stepped through this and
can't see the aforementioned output.
The only common factor seems to be an ftplugin-defined <SID>
function. If I use the same IDE/mechanism to edit a file for which I
have no ftplugin (e.g., .s ASM) it comes up OK.
One more thing to check ...
HA! If I don't set 'lazyredraw' in my _vimrc the problem doesn't
occur. Does that help, Bram?
[neil@fnx ~]# rm -f .signature
[neil@fnx ~]# ls -l .signature
ls: .signature: No such file or directory
[neil@fnx ~]# exit
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