71982Re: Breaking undo in Insert mode
- Jul 8, 2013Benjamin Fritz wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 4:44 AM, Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote:Why? What does it do that can't be done by returning a string?
> > Does the delimitMate return the text to be inserted or does it use
> > setline()? In the last case it can't be fixed really.
> It actually uses setline().
> I think we might need a new (intentional) feature that allows moving--
> the cursor in insert mode without breaking undo, or, something like
> undojoin that allows chaining the next insert with this one.
> Basically I want something that allows mappings like here:
> to not break the undo sequence.
> At least, delimitMate still doesn't break repeating with '.'; only undo/redo.
Yesterday, all my deadlines seemed so far away
now it looks as though it's freeze in four days
oh I believe in cvs..
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