Re: Couple of questions
- Matthew Winn wrote:
> An interesting and little-known consequence of this is that running viHmm, Vim doesn't do this, not even when in compatible mode. I'll add it to
> from the command line actually runs ex and then does an implicit "vi"
> command. This means that in original versions of vi it's possible
> to use Q to return to ex's line-editing mode and then use ex's undo
> command to undo every change made since entering vi. This feature can
> also be used as a form of savepoint: doing a Qvi<CR> starts a new ex
> "vi" command which can be undone as a whole if you make a serious
> editing mistake later on.
the todo list.
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