Re: onoremap with :set insertmode
- Georg Dahn wrote:
> I have seen a surprising (to me) behavior of VimWell, the CTRL-C aborts the current command. When 'insertmode' is set
> 1. Define the mapping
> onoremap <F3> <C-C>n
> 2. and do
> :set insertmode
> You are in Insertmode now
> 3. Do <C-O>
> 4. Do d
> You are in Operator pending mode now
> 5. Do <F3>
> The result: not the next pattern is searched for, but
> 'n' is inserted. I consider, that <C-C> of the mapping
> switches back to Insert mode.
> Is this the normal behavior or shouldn't Vim return to
> Insert mode not before the mapping has finished? If
> 'insertmode' is not set, this is the actual behavior
> of Vim when doing the same thing.
Vim goes back to Insert mode. I can't say this is wrong. Setting
'insertmode' changes a lot of things.
Perhaps what should happen is that CTRL-C should forget about the rest
of the mapping. But that would break existing mappings, thus we can't
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