68424Re: Bug with matchadd() highlighting?
- Feb 22, 2013Hi John!
On Fr, 22 Feb 2013, John Szakmeister wrote:
> I've been using Syntastic lately, and I noticed an interesting quirk.
> Syntastic will highlight the location of the error in your buffer by
> calling matchadd() providing the line and column number to highlight
> in the pattern. What I noticed is that if I start editing the file
> above the error location, then hit enter a couple of times, then Vim
> would not only highlight the new location of the line, but the old one
> as well.
> After spending some time chasing it down, I believe it may be a Vim
> bug. Here are the steps to reproduce it:
> cat > file.txt <<HERE
> line a
> line b
> line c
> line d
> # set colorscheme however you like, just as long as there
> # is an 'Error' highlight group.
> vim -u NONE -U NONE -c 'set nocp' -c 'colorscheme elflord' file.txt \
> -c "call matchadd('Error', '\%3l\%1c')"
Looks like a redrawing problem. I think, the screen is not correctly
updated, but when doing Ctrl-L it does instead update correctly.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
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