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  • On 24/12/13 08:54, Matteo Cavalleri wrote: >> Yeah, there's that "needle-in-a-haystack" feeling. Happily, even for >> >> that, there is help. Read it when you have the time to concentrate on > > I've started to read it, but sometimes the problem is not searching, but knowing what you are looking for. I would have probably read everything about key maps, but an option to control...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 24, 2013
  • On 23/12/13 23:05, Matteo Cavalleri wrote: [...] > ah! mistery solved. thanks. there's so much stuff in vim that even diving in the documentation requires a lot of training :p Yeah, there's that "needle-in-a-haystack" feeling. Happily, even for that, there is help. Read it when you have the time to concentrate on the contents (or, contrariwise, when you're so pressed that you can't...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 23, 2013
  • On 15/12/13 15:47, Alexandre Hoïde wrote: > Hello, > > <-- > let s:vara = 1 > let s:varb = 2 > let s:vars = [ s:vara, s:varb ] At this point, the new value of s:vars is just [ 1, 2 ] — no record is kept of where the values came from. If you had, instead, done let s:vars = [ 's:vara', 's:varb' ] (with quotes), then, of course, for mvar in s:vars echo mvar ':' eval(mvar...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 15, 2013
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  • On 13/12/13 06:11, Gary Johnson wrote: > My PC at work was recently upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7. I > installed Vim 7.3 on it and installed the OutlookVim macro into > Outlook. So far so good. A while later, I installed Vim 7.4 when > it became available at the Vim Without Cream site. This continued > to work fine as long as a gvim instance was already running, which...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 12, 2013
  • On 13/12/13 03:02, Josh Stone wrote: > Hi, > > I get the following error when trying to use the global o mapping from ftplugin/changelog.vim: > > Error detected while processing function 13_open_changelog: > line 46: > E118: Too many arguments for function: 13_new_changelog_entry > > That's the last line in open_changelog: > > call s:new_changelog_entry(prefix) > endfunction...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 12, 2013
  • On 08/12/13 19:29, LiTuX wrote: > Hi Tony, I've tried to post to vim_dev both from gmail and from google group, but it seems my post is blocked. Does vim_dev have a delay or something else for new users? Would you do me a favor to post for example a link to this one to vim_dev? Thanks. BTW cream vim (7.4.110 without perl) still has such issue. > Yes, something like that. See full...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 8, 2013
  • On 08/12/13 17:56, LiTuX wrote: >> Then it is probably a Windows issue rather than a Vim issue. > > But cmd works correctly, bash in msysgit works too. > If the OP is running Vim under cmd (not under cygwin bash), then it's a strange thing if it works in cmd, but not in Vim under cmd. OTOH, if it works in cmd and in any programs running under cmd, but not in Cygwin bash nor in any...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 8, 2013
  • On 08/12/13 14:56, 蘇連傑 wrote: […] > Another PS: emacs console version and nano were tested too, they have a > similiar issue. Then it is probably a Windows issue rather than a Vim issue. -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you are replying to. For more information, visit http://www.vim.org/maillist.php...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 8, 2013
  • On 08/12/13 14:56, 蘇連傑 wrote: […] > Ah yes, my vim version is 7.4 from vim.org . […] Vim from vim.org isn't updated very often (usually only for an x.x "minor version" release, not at every patchlevel) because Bram knows that there are "almost official" versions available which are updated more often. Near the top of the answer from the :version command, "Included patches...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 8, 2013
  • On 05/12/13 22:16, Ajabu Tex wrote: > Il 05/12/2013 21:58, Tony Mechelynck ha scritto: >> On 05/12/13 21:00, Ajabu Tex wrote: >>> Hello. >>> >>> On linux mint 16, to open a file with vim in the terminal i wrote a nemo >>> action that sends to the system the following command: >>> >>> gnome-terminal --working-directory=%P -e "vim %F" >>> >>> where %P is the insert path of parent...
    Tony Mechelynck Dec 5, 2013