66993Re: Weird behavior after ^ or ´
- Oct 31, 2012On 31/10/12 15:38, Ben Fritz wrote:
> On Wednesday, October 31, 2012 5:48:51 AM UTC-5, Axel wrote:Yes, and, of course,
>> Following Tony's approach I tried to verify the behavior with Cream's 7.3.709 but I couldn't; gvim.exe behaves correctly. The Cream version however is a 32-bit application, where mine is a 64-bit version compiled with MinGW.
> Since you're compiling yourself, Mercurial actually automates Tony's approach with it's "bisect" feature. I assume you're using Mercurial to get the Vim source?
> (I expected the second link to show how to do it graphically in TortoiseHg but I was mistaken; it looks to be a good read whether you use the command-line or Tortoise tools).
hg help bisect
will let you RTFM even if you aren't on Linux ;-)
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