Re: Error in help file usr_20.txt, line 384
- On 2/12/2004 9:20, R. shankar wrote:
> In usr_20.txt, line number 384, the description isWhat is the modification of that helpfile? In my usr_20.txt (2003 Apr
> CTRL-B or <Home> to begin of command line
> But if try this, CTRL-B moves one cahracter to the left.
> CTRL-A moves the cursor to the beginning of the command line/
> Similarly <S-Left> does not move the cursor by words, it does by character only.
> Is it is mistake in the usr manual or I am missing something.
> I am using vim6.3 . The same is observed in both Linux and Solaris.
30, for Vim 6.3) line 384 is the last line, containing only a link to
the copyright and a modeline.
":help CTRL-B" sends me to scroll.txt line 89 (Ctrl-B, Shift-Up or PgUp
scroll the window [count] screens backwards) and ":help i_CTRL-B" only
finds "i_CTRL-B_gone", which says that the use of Ctrl-B in Insert mode
for +rightleft versions of (g)vim has been discontinued.
At cmdline.txt line 95 (":help c_CTRL-B") I find what you mention; and
by trying Ctrl-B on ":azerty azerty azerty" I am sent back to
immediately after the colon; on the same command-line, starting at the
end, every Shift-Left goes left to the first character of the previous
word. In Bugzilla parlance: WORKSFORME.
":help c_CTRL-A" tells me that Ctrl-A on the command-line inserts all
matches for the pattern before the cursor.
Are you sure the keys in question are not remapped on your systems? Try
- On 2/12/2004 11:07, R. shankar wrote:
> Hi, I am sorry . It is line number 52 of usr_20.txt[...]
> When I type cmap <C-B> ,
> the repy was
> c <C-B> * <Left>
> How do I unmap this cmap?
" unmap for command-mode only
" unmap for Normal, Command, Visual, etc.
" but not for Insert, Replace, etc.