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Re: Single-column 'set'?

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  • Benjamin R. Haskell
    ... Hmm. Cool. I don t really like the way it formats things (e.g. literal ^V^P and ^V^[ where I d written and in mappings) (for compatibility,
    Message 1 of 8 , Jan 31, 2010
      On Fri, 29 Jan 2010, Gary Johnson wrote:

      > On 2010-01-29, Benjamin R. Haskell wrote:
      > > I just managed to clobber one machine's ~/.vim.local directory
      > > (where I keep machine-specific settings). Luckily I have an
      > > instance of 'vim' still running with the old settings. Armed with
      > > my recent ':redir @a' knowledge (thanks to Brett and wikia), I've
      > > managed to save the settings I care about, via:
      > >
      > > :redir @a
      > > :let
      > > :set
      > > :abbrev
      > > :map
      > > :redir END
      > >
      > > But, I was wondering: is there a way to get single-column output for
      > > ':set'? The results I got were hard to 'diff'.
      >
      > You could use :mkvimrc.

      Hmm. Cool. I don't really like the way it formats things (e.g.
      literal ^V^P and ^V^[ where I'd written <C-P> and <ESC> in mappings)
      (for compatibility, as explained by :help :mkvimrc). But, it did manage
      to make me notice a couple things I'd missed in the first diffs.

      --
      Thanks,
      Ben

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