Re: Behaviour of :normal in operator-pending mode is not defined
- David Bürgin wrote:
> I see. I was thinking about it the wrong way then.Thanks!
> On Thursday, March 7, 2013 5:35:24 PM UTC+1, Ben Fritz wrote:
> > > gUe suMMER
> > > :norm! gUe<CR> suMMER
> > > gU:norm! e<CR> suMMEr
> > I'm not sure if this is documented (I couldn't find it mentioned
> > explicitly) but if I recall correctly, any : command in operator-pending
> > mode acts as an exclusive motion.
> Yes, I did see that in the code for the colon command at normal.c#5398:
> if (cap->oap->op_type != OP_NOP)
> /* Using ":" as a movement is characterwise exclusive. */
> cap->oap->motion_type = MCHAR;
> cap->oap->inclusive = FALSE;
> I added a note in the documentation and removed a now invalid item from
> the todo list.
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