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Re: Patch 7.0.040

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  • Christian J. Robinson
    ... Yes, but as I said, there s still a problem even when in nocompatible mode: vim -u NONE -Ng -c set cmdheight=3 -c echo inputlist([ one , two ,
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 27, 2006
      Today (Thu, 27 Jul 2006), Bram Moolenaar wrote:

      >>>> Yesterday (Sun, 23 Jul 2006), Bram Moolenaar wrote:
      >>>> While the return values are now correct, I still can't select the
      >>>> last item(s) in an inputlist() when &cmdheight > 1.
      >>> It appears to work just fine for me. Can you give a specific
      >>> example?
      >> vim -u NONE -g -c "set cmdheight=3" \
      >> -c "echo inputlist(['one', 'two', 'three', 'four', 'five'])"
      >> Try clicking on five or four and it won't return, but clicking on
      >> three does. And I just discovered that since vim in the above
      >> example is in compatible mode the return values from inputlist()
      >> are wrong again, as if the patch was never applied. Either using
      >> -N or ":set nocompatible" does correct the return values, but not
      >> the other problem.
      > Ah, 'compatible' causes a problem. Strange combination of using the
      > mouse while 'compatible' is set. But it should work.
      > I'll put this in the todo list.

      Yes, but as I said, there's still a problem even when in
      'nocompatible' mode:

      vim -u NONE -Ng -c "set cmdheight=3" \
      -c "echo inputlist(['one', 'two', 'three', 'four', 'five'])"

      And try clicking on "five" or "four".

      - Chrisitan

      You can't be everyone's best friend.
      Christian J. Robinson <infynity@...> http://infynity.spodzone.com/
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