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Re: [bug] After receiving a remote command the "Hit enter" prompts disappear

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  • Charles E Campbell Jr
    ... I used vim -u NONE -N --servername THESIS and vim -u NONE -N --servername THESIS --remote +25 thesis.tex (after putting a column of numbers in the
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 31, 2006
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      Gautam Iyer wrote:

      >On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 12:01:12PM +0200, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
      >
      >
      >
      >>Gautam Iyer wrote:
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >>>Here's exactly what I did:
      >>>
      >>> 1. Complie console vim with --with-x (so I get client server) in the
      >>> console version.
      >>>
      >>> 2. Start with
      >>>
      >>> vim --servername THESIS thesis.tex
      >>>
      >>> [You can see what I'm desperately trying to complete by the
      >>> deadline ...]
      >>>
      >>> 3. From a different terminal window type
      >>>
      >>> vim --servername THESIS --remote +25 thesis.tex
      >>>
      >>> 4. Now type :make in vim, or run any shell command. The "Hit ENTER
      >>> or type command to continue" is missing!
      >>>
      >>> When you run a shell command for the second time, then you see
      >>> the prompt *before* the command runs (i.e. left over from the
      >>> previous command), and the command output starts in the wrong
      >>> collumn.
      >>>
      >>>Let me know if you can reproduce it. I can reproduce consistently on all
      >>>systems I try it on.
      >>>
      >>>
      >>I can't reproduce it.
      >>
      >>Try it with another filetype than tex.
      >>Try with "-u NONE".
      >>
      >>
      >
      >I should have mentioned earlier -- I of course tried with -u NONE -N,
      >and can consistently reproduce it on all systems.
      >
      >Can anyone else reproduce it?
      >
      >


      I used vim -u NONE -N --servername THESIS
      and vim -u NONE -N --servername THESIS --remote +25 thesis.tex

      (after putting a column of numbers in the thesis.tex file)

      and was able to duplicate the problem GI sees. I'm using vim 7.0c04.
      I used !ls instead of make, too.

      Regards,
      Chip Campbell
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