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  • On Monday, December 9, 2013 2:55:07 PM UTC-5, Charles Campbell wrote: >Paul wrote: >> I want to set cursorline when netrw is open, but when I open a file >> by either pressing "o" or , I don't want the activated >> cusorline to be inheritted in the open file (which often happens). >> I've ensured that cursorline is activated in netrw using setl, and >> I confirmed that cursorline...
    Paul Dec 10, 2013
  • I want to set cursorline when netrw is open, but when I open a file by either pressing "o" or , I don't want the activated cusorline to be inheritted in the open file (which often happens). I've ensured that cursorline is activated in netrw using setl, and I confirmed that cursorline should otherwise be off via: set cursorline? (outside of netrw) setg cursorline? I originally had...
    Paul Dec 9, 2013
  • On Thursday, December 5, 2013 11:25:02 AM UTC-5, ZyX wrote: >On Dec 5, 2013 7:36 PM, "Paul" wrote: >> According to ":help pattern", a word character is defined as >> [0-9A-Za-z]. When I press # or *, the search pattern becomes >> \ . The word WordUnderCursor highlights on all >> windows except for the netrw window (where there is a file named >> WordUnderCursor.m). However, if I...
    Paul Dec 5, 2013
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  • According to ":help pattern", a word character is defined as [0-9A-Za-z]. When I press # or *, the search pattern becomes \ . The word WordUnderCursor highlights on all windows except for the netrw window (where there is a file named WordUnderCursor.m). However, if I remove the anchors to the beginning and end of the word in the search pattern, WordUnderCursor becomes highlighted...
    Paul Dec 5, 2013
  • On Monday, December 2, 2013 12:49:42 PM UTC-5, Charles Campbell wrote: >Paul wrote: >> ...I just looked it up. netrw_liststyle corresponds to >> pressing "i" to change the listing style. It's still odd that this >> should matter when looking at the local HD. So I'm wondering if >> netrw queries all letter drives at a top level, or causes Windows 7 >> to do this. Using "i" to change...
    Paul Dec 4, 2013
  • On Monday, December 2, 2013 11:30:16 AM UTC-5, Ben Fritz wrote: >On Monday, December 2, 2013 10:14:45 AM UTC-6, Paul wrote: >> I have a very slow network connection, so accessing letter drives >> are painful. For that reason, I work off the local HD as much as >> possible, then painfully synchronize my HD content with my network >> drive when I feel it is unwise to put it off...
    Paul Dec 2, 2013
  • I have a very slow network connection, so accessing letter drives are painful. For that reason, I work off the local HD as much as possible, then painfully synchronize my HD content with my network drive when I feel it is unwise to put it off. One problem that puzzles me is that netrw is slow even accessing folders in my HD. Is the cause well known, and is there any low-effort way...
    Paul Dec 2, 2013
  • On Wednesday, September 18, Sam Fourman Jr. wrote: > ...what is the correct way to say | is it actually bar? I have > always called it pipe.... In the unix bash command shell, using | to separate commands creates a pipe from the standard out of one command to the standard in of the next. So maybe "pipe" would be appropriate there. In vim, it serves only to separate commands, so it...
    Paul Sep 18, 2013
  • On Wednesday, September 18, 2013, Ben Fritz wrote: > :he :command-bar That certainly helped. Thanks, Ben. -- -- 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 --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "vim_use...
    Paul Sep 18, 2013
  • I have the following defined in my vimrc: command! FI \ let &l:foldenable = ! &l:foldenable | \ let &foldcolumn = 5*&foldenable Sometimes, I want to do setl foldmethod=indent | FI | FI This generates an error about trailing characters. Prefixing the bars with backslashes do not help. I haven't found anything in :help :| about this. Can someone point me to the relevant reference to...
    Paul Sep 18, 2013