69012Re: Weird:: substitute by using register with combinations
- Apr 7, 2013Christian Brabandt wrote:
> Hi William!Thanks!
> On Fr, 05 Apr 2013, William Fugh wrote:
> > It's OK if execute the following in command-line directly
> > :%s#combinations#œ̄ṣ́#g
> > However, if like this:
> > :let @w = "%s#combinations#œ̄ṣ́#g"
> > :@w
> > the combinations will be lost. :-(
> It's a combining char ;)
> BTW: Here is a patch.
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