Re: [PATCH] Add ":[range]" tag to motion.txt (Was: Activating Windows gVim from the command line)
- Bary Johnson wrote:
> >From the vim_use list thread, "Activating Windows gVim from the command line":Good idea, thanks.
> On 02 Aug 2012 21:32:33, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> > On 02/08/12 16:30, Ben Fritz wrote:
> >> I do have one minor note which may save you some trouble in the future.
> >> You seem to think vim -c "/pattern" performs a '/' search. It
> >> doesn't. What it is doing is specifying the first line of an ex
> >> command range via a pattern. I'm not sure where it's documented
> >> but specifying a single-line range with no command will just set
> >> the cursor to that line.
> > It has ho helptag of its own, but it is documented as :[range], just after
> > ":help gg", in the section about up and down motions.
> Attached in a proposed patch to add this tag. The patch is based on
> Vim 7.3.622.
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