68621Re: Issue 118 in vim: `cib` doesn't work at the start of a line, while `ci'` does
- Mar 8, 2013Comment #1 on issue 118 by fritzoph...@...: `cib` doesn't work at the
start of a line, while `ci'` does
This is intentional. It's no just about multiple lines, it's about nesting.
1. if (
2. a &&
3. (b || c) &&
If you place the cursor at the beginning of line 3, vab will select text on
all four lines, because the cursor is immediately inside the parenthesis
block starting at line 1 and ending at line 4. If your suggestion is
implemented, only "(b || c)" on line 3 would be selected. This would break
things in annoying and unexpected ways for things like =ab in C code.
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