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Re: can't unmap certain mappings

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  • tyru
    ... hmm, my vim is 7.3.132. and of course I m checking with vim -u NONE -i NONE -N . ah I found that there was a trailing whitespace after , like nunmap
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 26, 2011
      > It works as expected with my vim-7.3.102 and vim-7.3.135. What is your vim
      > version?
      hmm, my vim is 7.3.132.
      and of course I'm checking with "vim -u NONE -i NONE -N".

      ah I found that there was a trailing whitespace after <C-j>, like
      "nunmap <C-j> ".
      "nunmap <C-j>" works correctly.
      ok, I understand.
      "nunmap <C-j> " seems the same as "nunmap <C-j><Space>".
      this is my fault. sorry.

      On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 6:56 AM, ZyX <zyx.vim@...> wrote:
      > Reply to message «can't unmap certain mappings»,
      > sent 23:49:45 27 February 2011, Sunday
      > by tyru:
      >
      > It works as expected with my vim-7.3.102 and vim-7.3.135. What is your vim
      > version?
      >
      > Original message:
      >> :nmap <C-j> foo
      >> :nmap <C-j>
      >>
      >> n <NL>   foo
      >>
      >> :nunmap <C-j>
      >>
      >> E31: No such mapping
      >>
      >> :nunmap <NL>
      >>
      >> " it succeeds to unmap for <NL>
      >>
      >> I had expected that :nunmap converts <C-j> to <NL>.
      >> why :nunmap does not do that? or is this a bug?
      >

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