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Re: Bug? ":close" behaves strangely in command-line window

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Yes, this looks strange. I ll make a note on the todo list. -- Article in the first Free Software Magazine: Bram Moolenaar studied electrical engineering
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 1, 2009
      Tony Mechelynck wrote:

      > ":close" command behaves strangely in command-line window.
      >
      > Reproducible: Always.
      >
      > Steps to reproduce:
      > 1. Open the command-line window by q/ q? or q:
      > 2. (Optional) Move the cursor about.
      > 3. Type :close then hit the <Enter> key.
      >
      > Expected results:
      > The command-line history should close, reverting to normal editing.
      >
      > Actual results:
      > - Nothing happens.
      > - The cursor is still on the command-line, which has been filled with
      > the line which was under the cursor after step 2.
      >
      > I think that what is actually lacking is a screen redraw, because at
      > this point hitting the colon key in a search history window, or typing
      > :redraw then hitting <Enter> in an ex-command history window, are enough
      > to close the window.

      Yes, this looks strange. I'll make a note on the todo list.

      --
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      engineering at the Technical University of Delft and graduated in 1985 on a
      multi-processor Unix architecture."
      Response by "dimator": Could the school not afford a proper stage for the
      ceremony?

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