Re: vim insert mode injection
- On 08:07 Tue 11 Dec , Christian Brabandt wrote:
> On Tue, December 11, 2012 01:21, Marcin Szamotulski wrote:Indeed. So when I debug scripts I use ":cunmap <CR>".
> > On 16:23 Mon 10 Dec , ping wrote:
> >> I'm looking at a handy way to insert curr timestamp when writing, right
> >> in
> >> insert mode , e.g. in following texts I want it injected right after
> >> "today", and continue my writing
> >> [writing in insert mode]
> >> ...the task was finally done today
> >> so I think this should work:
> >> * C-R
> >> * =
> >> * strftime('%c')
> >> * enter
> >> * p
> >> but right after I hit enter , I end up with:
> >> =strftime('%c')
> >> E15: Invalid expression: strftime('%c')^\e<SNR>113_WrapCmdLine()
> >> Press ENTER or type command to continue
> >> it looks like sth wrong with one of the function defined in some script.
> >> I tried this to locate the function:
> >> :verbose function <SNR>113_WrapCmdLine()
> >> it hanging there without a return , so I have to C-c to interupt the
> >> search.
> >> anyone can help ?
> >> thanks!
> I have noticed this too, when playing with your plugin and using
> :debug (I had to kill vim to get out of that loop even when using
> the lastest Vim version)
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