50189Re: To be fixed in Vim's documentation
- May 1, 2008On Apr 30, 1:16 pm, Bram Moolenaar <B...@...> wrote:
> Adri Verhoef wrote:Also, in :help c.vim
> > In autocmd.txt:
> > Search for 'the commands,'.
> > When executing the commands, the messages from one command overwrites a
> > 'the messages' doesn't correspond to 'overwrites', presumably the 's'
> > in 'overwrites' should be removed (assumption is based on the third line of text
> > below current one: 'When one command outputs two messages this can happen anyway.').
> > ===
> > In syntax.txt:
> > :g/Borne/p
> > This covers the "normal" Unix (Borne) sh, bash and the Korn shell.
> > < sh: (default) Borne shell >
> > the Borne shell syntax. No need to quote RFCs or market penetration
> > I think 'Borne' should be 'Bourne'.
> Was already fixed in my copy.
> > ===
> > :h helpgrep
> > <snip>
> > Compressed help files will not be searched (Debian
> > compresses the help files).
> > Compression is also used in Fedora. The only uncompressed .txt file is 'help.txt'.
> > $ rpm -qa vim\*
> > vim-enhanced-7.1.245-1.fc7
> > vim-common-7.1.245-1.fc7
> > vim-X11-7.1.245-1.fc7
> > vim-minimal-7.1.245-1.fc7
> > Fedora uses RPM for management of its software packages.
> > According to Wikipedia, Debian uses APT: "Prominent features of Debian are its
> > package management system (especially APT)" (see
> > <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debian>).
> So the line should be: "Debian and Fedora compress the help files".
Right at the end there are instructions for putting syntax folding in
the after directory by hand. Syntax folding is currently defined by
c.vim as-is. This can be removed.
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