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Re: [BUG] If g@ is used on visual selection that gets past the end of line, '] is positioned at the first byte of last symbol

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... 7 is correct, it s the column of the last character operated upon. Thus it s wrong for 0g@$ . Probably missing adjustment for moving the mark to the
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 22, 2011
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      ZyX wrote:

      > Consider the following script:
      > =============================
      > :function Op(t)
      > echom col("']") col("'>")
      > endfunction
      > :set operatorfunc=Op
      > :redir! > messages.log
      > i»»»»^[0v$g@0g@$:redir END
      > :qa!
      > =============================
      > (replace ^[ with actual escape or just use attached file). It will
      > print «7 9» and «8 9» into messages.log, while expected either «9 9»
      > and «8 9» (because «$» does not take EOL), «8 9» and «8 9» (so that
      > «']» will always be positioned at the last byte of the last
      > character), or «7 9» and «7 9» (if positioning on the last character
      > on the text means positioning on its first byte). Tested on vim-7.3.75
      > from gentoo repos and vim-7.3.107 (revision 26fb122355d4).

      7 is correct, it's the column of the last character operated upon.
      Thus it's wrong for "0g@$". Probably missing adjustment for moving the
      mark to the first byte of the character.

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