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Persistent undo and force quit

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Hi David! ... undo files are only written, when the buffer is written. If you abort editing, there is no reason to write something. My guess is, it is avoided
Christian Brabandt
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1:07 PM

gvim search and replace

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... Hmm, wouldn't just ... do the job? Elimar -- .~. /V\ L I N U X /( )\ >Phear the Penguin< ^^-^^ -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use"
Elimar Riesebieter
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10:38 AM

There is a mistake in my « makefile »

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I certainly agree with Eric and Gary in their advice, but I will mention a tip about vim and traditional makefiles: setting these vim options ... Makes visible
John Little
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3:33 AM

toggle PASTE in insert mode

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Got it. Makes sense. Thanks, Christian! ... -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you
Sergei Gerasenko
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Jul 26

I cannot realise a :map why ??

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... That’s because you must have tested the mapping in a buffer containing the help file, which is non-modifiable by default (and you probably don’t want
Paul Isambert
8
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Jul 24

What to do when subscription has not been approved for three weeks?

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... When a new user sends their first email, Google Groups notifies each manager with an email, and shows the message as pending in a queue that managers can
John Beckett
4
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Jul 23

how to get the function:line of calling script

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... Hello: I wanted to use it for my internal debugger -- it would append a ~### string to the end of debugging lines (and they would have "Ignore"
Charles Campbell
6
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Jul 17

auto open test file from src file

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... You could either detect the filename with expand() to determine which pattern to use, or you could use an autocmd to set up a buffer-local mapping based on
Ben Fritz
3
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Jul 15

Preventing Vim from loading files from arglist

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... I typically live on Powershell at work these days, to my chagrin being stuck on a Windows platform. The easiest solution in my mind is just to write a
Jack Mudge
4
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Jul 15

Is it possible to redirect vim input?

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... Hi, thank you so much for the above link. I've been looking for a way to integrate gdb into vim and this plugin is just great! Regards, tlux. -- -- You
tlux
7
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Jul 10

V selects past end of line. How to stop this?

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... Note that g_ doesn't include any whitespace that might be at the end of the line. If you want that space, you can use 0v$h. ... -- Eric Christopherson --
Eric Christopherson
5
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Jul 10

what does & mean in the vim command?

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... Weird. I just tried it (in the shell, not Vim) and it seems you're right. I always thought it would send the subprocess HUP. -- Eric Christopherson -- --
Eric Christopherson
5
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Jul 8

Diff mode via Tabs

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... Oh, I missed that. I used two separate "send to" entries for my solution, for that very reason. I'm not sure whether that works for you. ... What about if
Ben Fritz
10
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Jul 7

Vim hangs and consums 24% of CPU

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... You may want to try vim-pandoc-syntax with or without vim-pandoc (and pandoc!) instead. I use them *all the time* without any such problems.
BPJ
5
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Jul 5

syntax region end when either pattern occurs?

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... Oups, yeah, my bad. Paul -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you are replying to.
Paul Isambert
6
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Jun 30
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