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  • Tim Chase
    May 1 7:04 PM
      > What if #if/#endif blocks are nested ?

      Yakov is correct, that nested #if/#endif blocks would cause

      My first thought at a [100% untested] solution would be
      something like

      :g/^\s*#endif/norm dV%

      which would find all of the #endif tokens and delete their
      associated blocks, exploiting Vim's ability to use "%" to
      match #if/#else/#endif blocks. However, funky behaviors
      emerge if you have an #else block, and you want some of it
      in to remain behind:

      foo = "limbo, limbo";
      foo = "mu"

      With my suggestion, you would delete the whole thing, and it
      would look like "foo" never gets set. It also nukes *all*
      the if/endif blocks, not just select ones (such as if you
      only wanted to nuke the "#if COWS_ROLLERSKATE" blocks, but
      not "#if POPE_CATHOLIC" blocks)

      If you don't have #else clauses, you might be able to solve
      that 2nd problem with something like

      :g/^\s*#if COWS_ROLLERSKATE/norm dV%

      Otherwise, you'd have to do some funky testing, along the
      lines of (again, 100% untested)

      :g/^\s*#if COWS/exec("norm %")| exec('norm

      which should check if, after using "%", you landed on an
      #else line, in which case it adds an extra "%" to go to the
      "#endif" line before deleteing back to the original. All
      sorts of odd cases occur with nesting and #else blocks, so
      you'd have to tinker to get the desired behavior.

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