Re: infinite loop from ]s in vim 7.0g BETA
- Marvin Renich wrote:
> Edit a file that has misspelled words, but only in syntax items that areI can reproduce it with an arbibrary .vim file. I'll find out what
> not spell-checked, then type ]s. Vim will go into an infinite loop that
> can be stopped with ^C. Here is what I did:
> $ vim -u NONE -U NONE ~/.vim/plugin/countspell.vim
> :set spell
> :syn on
> I first noticed this in 7.0f last night, but it still happens in 7.0g.
Note that CTRL-C does break the loop.
Looking at Perl through Lisp glasses, Perl looks atrocious.
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