Ambiguous use of "preceded with a backslash" in help
- The help for langmap states
>> Special characters need to be preceded with a backslash. These areIt means that we have to escape the backslash and write something like
>> ";", ',' and backslash itself.
The help for option-backslash states
>> To include white space in a string option value it has to be preceded with aIt means that we need to escape the space, but not the backslash, like
:set tags=foo\ bar
As a result, we have twice "preceded with a backslash", but with two
I do believe that the difference should be made clear, but I don't know how.
Maybe by writing "Special characters need to be preceded with an
escaped backslash" and "it has be be escaped with a backslash"?
(I think that other places in the help would then need such
clarification, but langmap seems to be the most common troublemaker I
encountered on IRC.)
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