Re: [patch] some more issues with 'cursorline'
- Christian Brabandt wrote:
> while we are at the topic of 'cursorline'. Besides the problem mentionedThanks. I'll add it next to the other cursorline patches in the todo
> in http://groups.google.com/group/vim_dev/msg/c26e0846bad490a8
> there are two more problems:
> 1) in diff view when scroll-binding two windows, and scrolling,
> the cursorline for the non-active window will also be drawn,
> although there the cursor is on a different line. This only
> happens when scrolling and can be reset partially by :redraw!
> 2) When 'nu' is set and the line wraps and 'sbr' is set, note,
> that the 'sbr' string is not underlined. This looks at least
> confusing, but could also be intentionally. I find this
> confusing, because except for the 'sbr' setting all other parts
> of the line is underlined.
> :set sbr=+ nu cursorline wrap|exe "norm! 1000ia\<esc>"
> Attached patch fixes both problems.
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