Re: [todo] ":q" and ":q!" question
- Ilya Sher wrote:
> INFO:Yes, that message changed. I'll adjust the todo item.
> todo.txt (2004-02-02) says (lines 1882-1883)
> - ---8<---
> 8 When using ":q" in a changed file, the error says to "use !". Add the
> command so that beginners understand it: "use :q!".
> - ---8<---
> which is incorrect.
> Error 37 says:
> E37: No write since last change (add ! to override)
> There is much differnce between "use" and "add".
> QUESTIONS:Currently this is a generic message, used when the check for being able
> This todo item should be removed ?
> If not - it should be corrected IMHO.
> If this items stays, should other error messages
> also be corrected ? For example
> E45: 'readonly' option is set (use ! to override)
> should become
> E45: 'readonly' option is set (use ":w!" to override)
> There are many messages that contain
> "(add ! to override)" ....
to write a file fails. You can imagine it's quite a bit of work to make
the command-specific message look right.
> P.S.Mostly it's "reported by".
> What the names after some todo items mean ?
> "assigned-to" or "added-by" ?
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