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  • On Dec 15, 2013 12:38 AM, "Erik Christiansen" < dvalin@^$1 > wrote: > > On 14.12.13 18:55, Jerry Rocteur wrote: > > This is probably the best article that I've found and used to get my > > reg exps working within Vim. > > > > http://vimregex.com/ > > The first example under "4.5 Grouping and Backreferences" at > that site: > > :s:\(\w\+\)\(\s\+\)\(\w\+\):\3\2\1: > > is neat in its...
    Justin M. Keyes Dec 15, 2013
  • On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 9:39 AM, Karthick Gururaj wrote: > On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 7:53 PM, Tim Chase wrote: >> On 2013-12-13 19:35, vicky b wrote: >>> I see most of time for complex editng regular expression is a >>> must , so what is the best way to start learning regular expression >>> any thing specific to vim. >> >> There are a number of good resources for learning regular...
    Justin M. Keyes Dec 13, 2013
  • On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 10:11 PM, Nikolay Pavlov wrote: > > Two hardlinks are one inode. Two hardlinks are two directory entries > pointing to the same inode. > > Soft links are just files with special attribute that contain path to > another file. Two soft links are two different inodes, but nobody is > pointing to any blocks. Soft link is pointing to a path, not blocks. > >> > I...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 11, 2013
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  • On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Suresh Govindachar wrote: > It is because in addition to having opened the file via it's path, I have also opened the file via a link (Windows mklink /D command) to it. Bingo. I noticed this myself awhile back. It makes sense, actually. When you softlink/hardlink something on unix, your goal is not to put the same file in multiple locations, but...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 10, 2013
  • On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 4:44 PM, Justin M. Keyes wrote: > On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 3:47 PM, Suresh Govindachar >> But the issue of the buffer name missing the 'c:' is valid. > > Funny to see someone else using c:\opt on Windows (I do that too). > > Anyways, I believe omitting C:/ from absolute paths in Vim is a > feature (personally, I like it). If you open Windows Explorer, and...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 10, 2013
  • On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 3:47 PM, Suresh Govindachar wrote: >>> I am on Windows 7. Some of the buffer names in gVim are missing >>> the drive inidcator ('c:'), and the gVim window title has a alien >>> character '=' and is missing the ':' after the drive letter. For >>> example: >> >> The '=' in the Window title is OK as per :help 'title' -- the file >> is read-only. >> >>> File: c...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 10, 2013
  • On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 5:05 PM, James Beck wrote: > Thanks! I agree. Attached you'll find Windows and Mac icons, as well as > the PDF that contains the original vector graphics. Someone who knows more > about icon formats should probably regenerate these. I am really glad that Vim's icon is getting some interest and attention. I skimmed briefly through the July discussion and it...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 6, 2013
  • On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 5:40 PM, Bruno Sutic wrote: > Hi, > I'm using terminal vim 7.4 on OS X. > I was surprised to discover that in Terminal app, folded sections aren't displayed properly - they're invisible! > > If I open the same file (same vimrc, same colorscheme, same everything) in iTerm2, folded sections are displayed nicely. How come? > > Since I'd really like to switch...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 4, 2013
  • On Sun, Nov 3, 2013 at 4:26 PM, Suresh Govindachar wrote: > > Hello, > > On Windows (7 64 bit), anyone have a visual basic script or some other > mechanism to achieve the following: > > 1) Ctrl-Z in gvim shifts focus to the input prompt > on a pre-existing cmd window. > > 2) Then, in that cmd window, issuing some command, say, > "done", results in focus being brought back to > gvim...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 3, 2013
  • On Sun, Nov 3, 2013 at 5:29 PM, LCD 47 wrote: > On 3 November 2013, Justin M. Keyes wrote: >> Is matchadd() supposed to respect 'ignorecase'? The documentation >> does not explicitly say, but it uses a {pattern} like search() and >> searchpos(), both of which *do* respect 'ignorecase' and 'smartcase'. > [...] > > Yes, the match in matchadd() is always magic and case sensitive, but...
    Justin M. Keyes Nov 3, 2013