Re: Is it possible to automatically identify the current line with [I?
- On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 4:53 PM, Shawn Young <spacephys@...> wrote:--
On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Michael(Xi Zhang)
>> Shawn Young
> You can try :vimgrep /<C-R><C-W>/j %<cr>
> The command will search the word under the cursor in current file(% -
> current file). The results are in quickfix window. If you don't use the
> option 'j', it will jump to the first search result.
> Then you need use :cw<cr> to open the quickfix window.
> Or you can combine the two command together: :vimgrep /<C-R><C-W>/j %<cr>
> \| :cw <cr>
I have not tried to put this in my .vimrc yet, but in doing it
manually I don't see anything that indicates which line my cursor is
on. What should I see?
> Or map the command to shortcut, for example:
> map <F6> <Esc>:vimgrep /<C-R><C-W>/j %<cr> \| :cw<cr>
> Check out
> :help vimgrep
Yes, this method doesn't mark the current line in the search result.Anyway, you can see your current line in the window, and all the results in quickfix window.:cw will open a window under the window you are working, you can use height to set the quickfix window's height, such as :cw8 will open the quickfix window with 8 lines.check out:help :cw
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