Re: Vim hangs with insertion after long line
- On Thursday, February 14, 2013 6:54:39 AM UTC-6, François Ingelrest wrote:
>With a runtime configurable option I'd be able to test at work where I actually exercise Vim more rigorously just because I use it for more stuff. I doubt I'd go to the trouble of installing two different versions of Vim at work, and I know I don't compile myself at work, at least not for Windows. I'm toying with the idea of compiling a version for running on our Solaris servers, because the one provided by IT is stuck at version 6.x.
> I think as well that such an option could be a good idea, not just for
> RE but for any bigger changes that strives to be eventually included
> into the main development line. I'm sure many people on this list
> would go for experimental just to help testing new features. I
> personally don't have enough time to help in Vim development, but I'm
> always happy to run into various issues and report them.
> "experimental" could be a compilation option as well to avoid having
> both "old" and "new" code compiled into the program. It should be
> reported with bug reports like any other compilation option (just as
> in "happens with big features but not with tiny").
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