Re: [patch] make vim skip K_SPECIAL and following bytes when using -W
- On Mon, March 4, 2013 23:32, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Christian Brabandt wrote:Not sure, those keys are actual useful when recording a script.
>> there seems to be a problem, that vim also records K_SPECIAL and the
>> following bytes that are used for mouseclicks, and which seems to be a
>> problem when replaying a script in Windows.
>> See this question stackoverflow:
>> This patch fixes it by making sure, when writing the scriptout file, to
>> skip the K_SPECIAL and following bytes.
> Dropping all K_SPECIAL codes would mean some commands get lost, right?
> How about inserting a CSI character (0x80) ?Nevermind, I just tried to replay such a script on Windows
and didn't see any errors. Perhaps he used :source to source such a
script and didn't use :source! and I don't see
an error with using the parameter -s so it seems ok for now.
I wonder, why people start complaining over there at Stackoverflow
and don't write actual bug reports anymore.
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