On 29 June 2011 11:08, Ben Fritz <fritzophrenic@...
> On Jun 28, 4:31 am, narke <narkewo...@...> wrote:
>> When I 'vimgrep' on a large file tree, I usually turn of 'autocmd' by
>> ':noau vimgrep /xxx/ **/*.c'. Then I got c file open in a buffer but
>> without the syntax highlighting (maybe also other good things). So I
>> think what I need to do is to retriggle those 'autocmd' that would
>> been usually executed if I don't do 'noau ...'. Can anyone tell me
>> how to, if possible?
>> Thanks in advance.
> I normally add the 'j' flag to my vimgrep to avoid an automatic jump
> to the first match. Then I can use the quickfix window with :copen, or
> just use :cnext/:cprev/:ccurrent to navigate. When these commands load
> a new file, it triggers all the proper autocmds.
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Thanks for all your inputs. At the end, I so much like Ben's
solution: using the 'j' flag of vimgrep.
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