Re: Open a new file if the file doesn't exist when using ctrl+W_ctrl+F?
- On Thu, 25 Feb 2010, Peng Yu wrote:
> On Feb 25, 12:58 am, "Christian Brabandt" <cbli...@...> wrote:Perhaps '\', '\i', or '\is' is mapped to something else. Try:
> > On Thu, February 25, 2010 3:33 am, Peng Yu wrote:
> > > I see the following line on the above page. But I'm not sure what
> > > '<Leader>' represents here. Would you please let me know?
> > > <Leader>is switches to the alternate file of file under cursor
> > > (e.g. on <foo.h> switches to foo.cpp)
> > :h <Leader>
> I typed "\is" in the "ESC" mode. Instead of switching to foo.cpp, vim
> enters edit mode.
Before trying out 'a.vim', for example, I also had:
:map \i :cs find i ^<C-R>=expand("<cfile>")<CR>$<CR>
> I try to let mapleader =",", then type ",is" in theAs pointed out in :h <Leader>, the 'let mapleader' must be done before
> ESC mode, vim still enters edit mode. What is wrong with my
the mapping is defined. If 'a.vim' is in your .vim/plugin/ directory,
it might be sourced before your 'let mapleader' was. If you want to
change it, you should have it somewhere in your .vimrc.
It might also be the case that something else is setting mapleader.
Look in the output of ':map' for what is mapped to :IHS<CR>, e.g. in
mine, without setting mapleader, I have:
n \ihn :IHN<CR>
n \is :IHS<CR>:A<CR>
n \ih :IHS<CR>
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