Re: Feature request: allow substitute to take i and I flags
- Christian Brabandt wrote:
> On Mo, 19 Nov 2012, So8res wrote:The docs says it uses 'ignorecase' but doesn't say how to ignore it.
> > The substitute() function already can take the 'g' flag which causes
> > the substitution to be global. There's no way to force the search to
> > be case (in)sensitive, though. This means that plugins must either
> > save & restore ignorecase before using substitute() or be OK with the
> > case sensitivity of their substitutions changing at the user's whim.
> > Is there a good reason why substitute() doesn't already take the i/I
> > flags?
> It should probably be documented. Other then that, the \c and \C atoms
> work. See :h \c
I'll add a remark about how \c or \C can ignore 'ignorecase'. :-)
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