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Feature or bug? Funny behaviour of cw on whitespace.

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... You think right again. :) Elmar -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you are
'Elmar Hinz' via vim_use
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6:13 AM

inclusive-linewise: Is the help topic wrong?

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... Even though it's a double negative, "no non-blank characters" seems best. -- msdn.microsoft.com: ERROR_SUCCESS 0 (0x0) The operation completed
Bram Moolenaar
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9:43 AM

Feature or bug? dw oddities

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... Yes, I was about to try to employ qprint to translate, but at the last minute found that a clean utf-8 xterm environment fixes it. Initially, xterm was the
Erik Christiansen
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Feb 10

Can you edit EBCDIC files on non-OS390 builds of VIM?

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... I haven't used EBCDIC in decades, I'm afraid. I mostly use Scientific Linux. I have some leftover script that still seems to work: " editing EBCDIC
Charles Campbell
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Feb 8

Pathogen doesn't seem to work

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... And `set nocompatible` with `-u NONE` is not needed when using `-u NONE -N`. But this line is not needed at all because it can be replaced with `-u NORC
Nikolay Aleksandrovich Pavlov
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Feb 5

Puzzling behavior of AnsiEsc! in an autocommand

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Hi Gary! ... I think this happens because colorscheme default calls load_colors(), which sets the recursive flag to true, then the hi clear internally causes a
Christian Brabandt
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Feb 3

How would you repeatedly produce these lines?

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A plug for Al's second solution, IMO an idiom worth learning because it's so flexible. Any start value, any increment or decrement (or more general, f. ex.
John Little
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Feb 2

"Exploding" a paragraph into individual lines

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... This plugin does something similar to OP's request (toggling between sentences and bullet lists), and may be a good starting point. Basically, it
Chris Collision
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Feb 2

Re: editing a _corrupted_ CP1252 file

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... Hi Erik, Thanks again. Here are the key points: I know (omnisciently) that certain files should be cp1252, but that some of them are corrupted with
Kenneth Reid Beesley
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Jan 28

add mapping for buftype=nofile?

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... The built-in "ZQ" normal mode command already does that. Justin M. Keyes -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type
Justin M. Keyes
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Jan 27

vim problems

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... The problem was that I let a self declared "computer genius" look at my system. He renamed the vimrc file to vimrc.local. Why, I have no idea. Restoring it
Bob Holtzman
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Jan 24

Dead keys

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... Well, "accent after" is the Unicode convention for combining characters, which are however regarded as characters on their own right, except that they
Tony Mechelynck
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Jan 22

Percentage of distros using Python enabled Vim?

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... On openSUSE Leap 42.1 (i.e. current "stable") I see the following: /usr/bin/gvim 7.4.326 Huge +gui_gtk2 +python/dyn +python3/dyn (package gvim)
Tony Mechelynck
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Jan 20

detach current tab into a separate window

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You may have an errant swap file hanging around, possibly from an earlier abnormal termination. C Campbell ... -- -- You received this message from the
Charles E Campbell
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Jan 16

Something's broken in gvim74-1024.exe

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On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 4:10 AM, 'Suresh Govindachar' via vim_use ... You could even make that function one line shorter (but not more elegant) by taking
Tony Mechelynck
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Jan 13
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