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  • On Tuesday, December 24, 2013 11:29:06 AM UTC-6, riemann wrote: > The question originates from my wish to have automatic user defined > types syntax highlighting. So that if I have for example a syntax match group > > UDT for classes and have this in the buffer > > > > > 1 class mytype { > 2 //... > 3 }; > 4 > 5 mytype a; > 6 mytype b; > > > > > "mytype" is highlighted on lines 5...
    Ben Fritz Dec 24, 2013
  • On Monday, December 23, 2013 11:14:27 PM UTC-6, riemann wrote: > > 2013/12/24 Tim Chase > > On 2013-12-24 01:25, Luca Rocca wrote: > > > > > I'm trying to modify vim source code to add some functionality I > > > > > need. Basically I seek help in identifying which data structure in > > > > > vim contains some information (say for example the group of a > > > > > syntax match event...
    Ben Fritz Dec 24, 2013
  • On Monday, December 23, 2013 5:04:14 AM UTC-6, Matteo Cavalleri wrote: > I'm trying to integrate ag in my workflow, i.e. stop switching to a shell to grep and then going back to vim ;) > > I first started to simply use :Ggrep (from fugitive) but the "press enter to continue" message made me add another plugin to my vimrc, so I'm now trying to use ag.vim > > there's one thing though...
    Ben Fritz Dec 23, 2013
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  • On Friday, December 20, 2013 7:29:52 PM UTC-6, ping wrote: > > but if it look at vimgrep, it actually provide very little control of on what files your search is running on -- mostly you either have to list all files manually, or you have to put all files in one folder and using "*" or "**" to work on them. > > [snip] > > apparently vimgrep doen't care about buffers/tabs so far...
    Ben Fritz Dec 20, 2013
  • On Thursday, December 19, 2013 5:14:00 PM UTC-6, atomm wrote: > Is the last character that was used with the fF/tT motion command stored somewhere that is accessible? I see that the last search is stored in the / register, but could not find the last character that was searched. > > The reason why is that I would like to customize the statusline to display this character. I'm...
    Ben Fritz Dec 19, 2013
  • On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 4:08:11 PM UTC-6, Ari wrote: > Hi, > > I'm using Gvim on Windows 8 and I've configured vim to show invisible characters using (ctrl-vu) unicode characters: > > set listchars=tab:U+25B8 ,eol:U+00AC > Two things wrong. First, this format for Unicode characters is not supported by Vim. Second, you need to escape any space characters in a :set command...
    Ben Fritz Dec 18, 2013
  • On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 1:26:11 PM UTC-6, BimbaLaszlo wrote: > If i opening UTF-8 encoded files with the :args command while i'm editing a CP-1250 encoded file, then the newly opened files become CP-1250 too. If i doing this while i'm in a UTF-8 file, then Vim opens those with correct encoding. > > Is this a bug, or i don't know the functioning of :args well? What is your...
    Ben Fritz Dec 18, 2013
  • On Tuesday, December 17, 2013 2:19:45 PM UTC-6, Ben Fritz wrote: > > > With default settings Vim will discard the buffer text and re-read it the next time you visit the buffer. > > > > If you set the 'hidden' option then Vim keeps the buffer contents in memory instead. This is mostly designed to let you keep unsaved changes around when you switch buffers, but it also means Vim...
    Ben Fritz Dec 17, 2013
  • On Tuesday, December 17, 2013 12:28:54 PM UTC-6, ping wrote: > I know it might be normal, how can I expect it to be same fast as small/single txt file? > but the thing is `less` is much faster, in the same situation... > > > so this is how I opened them: > > > > vim *.gz > > > and I got all these gz files opened. each of the gz files is about 4M Bytes. so far nice and the vim magic...
    Ben Fritz Dec 17, 2013
  • On Thursday, December 12, 2013 4:39:32 PM UTC-6, Christian Brabandt wrote: > On Do, 12 Dez 2013, Ben Fritz wrote: > > Perhaps you are using a language whose comments start with a '#' > > character, and that # is in the first column, and you have either > > 'cindent' or 'smartindent' set? If all this is the case, then by > > default Vim will not indent the line with >. I think...
    Ben Fritz Dec 12, 2013