Re: vim: format each long lines and insert just one break afterward
- On 05/20/2013 01:03 PM, Gary Johnson wrote:
> The action of the first exec is to expand and execute its arguments,I Got it now, thanks!
> which in this case is a single argument, the string
> a:firstline . "," . a:lastline . "g/^/exec " . "normal! gqq"
> Assuming for sake of a concrete example a firstline of 123 and a
> lastline of 456, that string expands to this:
> 123,456g/^/exec normal! gqq
> Note that this second exec sees "normal!" and "gqq" not as strings
> but as variables. That is what is causing the error message you
> reported previously.
> You don't need that second "exec" at all, so a better way to write
> that command is this:
> a:firstline . "," . a:lastline . "g/^/normal! gqq"
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