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67146Re: Functions with [range] do not preserve the cursor line

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  • Andy Wokula
    Nov 19, 2012
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      Am 20.11.2012 01:29, schrieb Nate Soares:
      > That's a nifty command and mapping, but I had no trouble with getting a
      > custom command to use the range correctly. (You can just use -range, pass
      > <line1> and <line2> to the function, and have the function do winsaveview()
      > and winrestview(), which is what I do now.)
      > Then you can also default to the whole file much cleaner e.g. with
      > -range=%. But I'm not trying to write a command, I'm trying to write a
      > function.
      > The question is, is there any way to do this in a function that takes a
      > range, called like:
      > %call SomeUniformApiFunction()
      > I'm not struggling to get the functionality, I'm struggling to expose a
      > sane (function) API for the functionality.

      You have to do it outside.
      Prepend :KeepView or surround the :call with your own code.
      (own code works better with script-local functions).


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