44151Re: Terminal-based auto-paste.
- Jul 7, 2006On Sat, Jul 08, 2006 at 01:43:46AM +0300, Yakov Lerner wrote:
>empty based on the size of typeahead buffer. I don't want toIt's certainly doable to detect that more than N characters have been
>disappoint you. But I believe there is no possibility to automatically
>do something based on number of character in the input buffer.
"typed" in insert mode in the last M milliseconds though, even if you don't
have access to the input buffer. Or am I missing something?
In fact, it looks like this is already implemented for "timeout" and
"timeoutlen", but in that case it's for mapped keys.
>It would probably be useful to tell vim to react only toInteresting idea. I'll have to play with it, but I suspect that it'll
>MiddleMouse and ignore all other mouse events. This might be
still suffer from "pasted data comes from another dimension". This latter
problem may be because of a lacking build option in the Fedora build.
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