68669Re: Issue 121 in vim: cursor jumps to the end of closed fold when executing a register
- Mar 12, 2013Hi Christian,
On Tuesday, March 12, 2013 9:16:04 PM UTC+1, Christian Brabandt wrote:
> Ah, I see, this only happens when sourcing as a script. The problem here
> is, that there is a subtle difference between the :@ command and the
> :normal! @ command. When using the :@ command, the register will be
> called for the range of the folded lines and therefore implicitly sets
> the range to the first and lastline of the fold and then the ex_at()
> function explicitly sets the cursorline to the endline of the register.
yes, I saw the problem.
> We could change it, but the documentation explicitly states, that in the
> future the register will be executed for the range given, so we should
> rather just implement this ;)
Unfortunately, the expression "in the future" is very relative generally
speaking and with Vim in particular.
For the present, the documentation only requires that the cursor will be
set to [addr]: "set cursor at line [addr] (default is current line)".
So, as far as I understand, this issue is easily fixed by removing the
WHOLEFOLD flag from CMD_at and CMD_star, at least until somebody
actually implements the promised functionality. See the attached patch.
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