63607Re: Feature request: more information on ctrl-g
- Jan 2, 2012On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Tony Mechelynck
> On 29/12/11 11:20, Tomasz Muras wrote:Nice one - thank you Tony. I can't think about any other useful
>> What do you think about adding more information about the file when
>> ctrl-g is pressed? The one I'd really like is full path to the file.
>> Tomasz Muras
> To display the filename with full path (or relative to $HOME shown as ~ but
> not relative to the current dir), use a count. Examples from my currently
> running gvim session, with 'ruler' on and 'shortmess' at its 'nocompatible'
> "chrome/userChrome.css" 518 lines --58%--
> "~/.mozilla/seamonkey/nexrdon9.default/chrome/userChrome.css" 518 lines
> buf 5: "~/.mozilla/seamonkey/nexrdon9.default/chrome/userChrome.css" 518
> lines --58%--
> See :help CTRL-G
information that could be added there.
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