97557Re: ANN: YankRing 6.1
- Oct 31, 2008There was a problem with the 6.0 release for Windows users.
The 6.1 release will correct this if your $HOME directory contains
spaces. It also affects *nix users, but most do not have spaces in
their directory names.
If the g:yankring_history_dir contains spaces (default on Windows) an
error was reported. A simple work around was to:
let g:yankring_history_dir = 'c:\Vim' or no spaces
Thanks to Matt who reported it so quickly.
All Windows users should download this version.
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 9:24 PM, David Fishburn <dfishburn.vim@...> wrote:
> YankRing.vim : Maintains a history of previous yanks, changes and deletes
> What does it do?
> Allows you to retrieve previous yanks, deletes and changed text and
> cycle through them choosing which item you need.
> Similar to Vim's numbered registers, but much more complete.
> What is new?
> NF: The YankRing now maintains the history in a file. This means if
> you are running multiple instances of Vim, they all see the same
> yankring whether you are using X, Windows, SSH or Screen.
> NF: The location and name of the file is configurable by the user.
> NF: The g:yankring_separator is no longer used and has been removed.
> NF: The g:yankring_max_element_length can be used to limit the size of
> an element in the yankring.
> NF: The g:yankring_share_between_instances can be used to indicate
> whether each instance of Vim running on a machine should share the
> history file or whether each should have their own individual history
> NF: The g:yankring_clipboard_monitor can be used to indicate whether
> changes to the system clipboard should be added to the YankRing
> (default is on).
> NF: The YankRing window can toggle the clipboard monitor by pressing
> 'c'. See the help in the window by pressing ?.
> NF: Added some highlighting to the YankRing window (Marty Grenfell).
> As usual, suggestions welcome.
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