Re: autoflow fails to add line break if word ends on line margin
- On Thursday, July 25, 2013 10:09:11 PM UTC+12, Eric Smith wrote:
> > Does your problem occur withI set all those in a gvim -u NONE -N, and your problem didn't occur. The only one that I noticed was the file type, which suggests a file type plugin might be involved.
> > gvim -u NONE -c 'set fo=tcqa tw=65'
> NO it does not.
> Here are my settings normally, where it does occur, any idea?
All I can suggest is standard vim problem isolation:
1. set nocompatible mode, a return to sanity:
gvim -u NONE -N -c 'set fo=tcqa tw=65'
2. Try with no plugins:
gvim --noplugins -N -c 'set fo=tcqa tw=65' x
If this avoids your problem, then a plugin is the culprit. If you use a plugin manager, it may have a method to track problems down, otherwise move them aside one by one till you find one that does it. The :scriptnames command can tell you everything that's running, or see :help plugin-details.
3. Try no .gvimrc:
gvim -U NONE -N
4. Bisect your .vimrc, by putting a finish command in it, and moving it back and forth till your problem is triggered just.
Regards, John Little
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