68285Re: [bug] with regular expression and SEARCH_START flag
- Feb 16, 2013Christian Brabandt wrote:
> I think I've found a bug with the regular expression engine:I can reproduce it. I hope you can find a fix when you are not busy.
> ~$ vim -u NONE -N
> :$put ='foobar'
> :$put =''
> :$put =''
> :call search('foobar', 'c')
> " Note how the cursor /does not/ move
> :call search('^$', 'c')
> " Note, that the cursor /moves/ one line down, although the 'c' flag is
> " given and so the cursor should stay in its actual position
> :call search('^$', 'bc')
> " Note, that when searching backwards, the cursor /does not/ move as
> " expected.
> Sorry for this brief explanation. I hope, you see the problem.
> I am kind of busy currently, so I can't provide a detailed bug report or
> a patch.
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