Re: vimL errors, inconsistent result, etc
- On 08/27/2012 05:56 PM, Marc Weber wrote:
>> which one is line 11?thanks, guess I need invest more test to learn...
> Exactly: 11 means 11th line of the function listed above.
> has some hints about how to debug viml.
> It also provides a VimLGotoLastError which often suceeds in such (line
> 11) cases.
> We all know that viml sucks - it still often gets the job done.
> Don't forgett how old vim is - and how much ahead of the time viml was
> that time. No python/ruby/js/ ... existed back in time.
> Today you can choose from any :h if_<tab> language implementation if you
> don't like viml.
> Marc Weber
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