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  • Zulox4
    Hello, ... or ... or ... What Vim Can Do Vim is an advanced text editor that seeks to provide the power of the de-facto Unix editor Vi , with a
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 26, 2013
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      Hello,

      The following three line commands on vim 7.3.1251 windows version doesn't work (but works on linux 7.3.1128):

      :%s/<[^>]*>//g<CR>:wq<CR>

      or

      :%s/<[^>]*>//g<CR>ZZ

      or

      :%no<S-Tab>3/<<ff-58>df><CR>ZZ

      on the text file:

      ---------------begin-file----
      <h1>What Vim Can Do</h1>
      <p>
      Vim is an advanced text editor that seeks to provide the power of
      the de-facto Unix editor 'Vi', with a more complete feature set.
      It's useful whether you're <a href='viusers.php'>already using vi</a> or <a
      href='others.php'>using a different editor</a>. Users of Vim 5 and 6 should
      consider upgrading to Vim 7. The main advantages of Vim 6 compared to Vim 5
      can be found on <a href='vim5users.php'>this page</a>.
      </p>

      <h1>A General Overview</h1>

      <a href="http://tnerual.eriogerg.free.fr/0xBABAF000L/10_en.html"><img src='/images/0xbabaf000l.png' alt="Emaks-Vim-Notepad comic" width="800" height="254"></a>
      Copyright (c) 2007 Laurent Gregoire

      <h4>What Is Vim?</h4>
      <p>
      Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text
      editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with
      most UNIX systems.
      <p>
      Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for
      programming that many consider it an entire <abbr title='integrated
      development environment'>IDE</abbr>. It's not just for programmers,
      though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing
      email to editing configuration files.
      </p>
      <p>
      Despite what the above comic suggests, Vim can be configured to work in a very
      simple (Notepad-like) way, called evim or Easy Vim.
      </p>

      <h4>What Vim Is Not?</h4>
      <p>
      Vim isn't an editor designed to hold its users' hands. It is a tool,
      the use of which must be learned.
      </p>

      <p>
      Vim isn't a word processor. Although it can display text with various
      forms of highlighting and formatting, it isn't there to provide WYSIWYG
      editing of typeset documents. (It is great for editing TeX, though.)
      </p>

      <h4>Vim's License</h4>
      <p>
      Vim is charityware. Its license is GPL-compatible, so it's
      distributed freely, but we ask that if you find it useful you make a
      donation to help children in Uganda through the
      <a href='http://iccf-holland.org/'>ICCF</a>. The full license text can be
      found in the <a href='http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/uganda.html#license'>documentation</a>.
      Much more information about charityware on
      <A HREF="http://Charityware.info/">Charityware.info</a>.
      </p>
      ---------------end-file----

      Expected same result for the three line command:
      ----------------begin-file-----
      What Vim Can Do

      Vim is an advanced text editor that seeks to provide the power of
      the de-facto Unix editor 'Vi', with a more complete feature set.
      It's useful whether you're already using vi or <a
      href='others.php'>using a different editor. Users of Vim 5 and 6 should
      consider upgrading to Vim 7. The main advantages of Vim 6 compared to Vim 5
      can be found on this page.


      A General Overview


      Copyright (c) 2007 Laurent Gregoire

      What Is Vim?

      Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text
      editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with
      most UNIX systems.

      Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for
      programming that many consider it an entire <abbr title='integrated
      development environment'>IDE. It's not just for programmers,
      though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing
      email to editing configuration files.


      Despite what the above comic suggests, Vim can be configured to work in a very
      simple (Notepad-like) way, called evim or Easy Vim.


      What Vim Is Not?

      Vim isn't an editor designed to hold its users' hands. It is a tool,
      the use of which must be learned.



      Vim isn't a word processor. Although it can display text with various
      forms of highlighting and formatting, it isn't there to provide WYSIWYG
      editing of typeset documents. (It is great for editing TeX, though.)


      Vim's License

      Vim is charityware. Its license is GPL-compatible, so it's
      distributed freely, but we ask that if you find it useful you make a
      donation to help children in Uganda through the
      ICCF. The full license text can be
      found in the documentation.
      Much more information about charityware on
      Charityware.info.
      ----------------end-file-----

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    • Zulox4
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      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 26, 2013
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        On Thursday, June 27, 2013 8:05:28 AM UTC+2, Zulox4 wrote:
        > Hello,
        >
        > The following three line commands on vim 7.3.1251 windows version doesn't work (but works on linux 7.3.1128):
        >
        > :%s/<[^>]*>//g<CR>:wq<CR>
        >
        > or
        >
        > :%s/<[^>]*>//g<CR>ZZ
        >
        > or
        >
        > :%no<S-Tab>3/<<ff-58>df><CR>ZZ
        >
        > on the text file:
        >
        > ---------------begin-file----
        > <h1>What Vim Can Do</h1>
        > <p>
        > Vim is an advanced text editor that seeks to provide the power of
        > the de-facto Unix editor 'Vi', with a more complete feature set.
        > It's useful whether you're <a href='viusers.php'>already using vi</a> or <a
        > href='others.php'>using a different editor</a>. Users of Vim 5 and 6 should
        > consider upgrading to Vim 7. The main advantages of Vim 6 compared to Vim 5
        > can be found on <a href='vim5users.php'>this page</a>.
        > </p>
        >
        > <h1>A General Overview</h1>
        >
        > <a href="http://tnerual.eriogerg.free.fr/0xBABAF000L/10_en.html"><img src='/images/0xbabaf000l.png' alt="Emaks-Vim-Notepad comic" width="800" height="254"></a>
        > Copyright (c) 2007 Laurent Gregoire
        >
        > <h4>What Is Vim?</h4>
        > <p>
        > Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text
        > editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with
        > most UNIX systems.
        > <p>
        > Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for
        > programming that many consider it an entire <abbr title='integrated
        > development environment'>IDE</abbr>. It's not just for programmers,
        > though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing
        > email to editing configuration files.
        > </p>
        > <p>
        > Despite what the above comic suggests, Vim can be configured to work in a very
        > simple (Notepad-like) way, called evim or Easy Vim.
        > </p>
        >
        > <h4>What Vim Is Not?</h4>
        > <p>
        > Vim isn't an editor designed to hold its users' hands. It is a tool,
        > the use of which must be learned.
        > </p>
        >
        > <p>
        > Vim isn't a word processor. Although it can display text with various
        > forms of highlighting and formatting, it isn't there to provide WYSIWYG
        > editing of typeset documents. (It is great for editing TeX, though.)
        > </p>
        >
        > <h4>Vim's License</h4>
        > <p>
        > Vim is charityware. Its license is GPL-compatible, so it's
        > distributed freely, but we ask that if you find it useful you make a
        > donation to help children in Uganda through the
        > <a href='http://iccf-holland.org/'>ICCF</a>. The full license text can be
        > found in the <a href='http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/uganda.html#license'>documentation</a>.
        > Much more information about charityware on
        > <A HREF="http://Charityware.info/">Charityware.info</a>.
        > </p>
        > ---------------end-file----
        >
        > Expected same result for the three line command:
        > ----------------begin-file-----
        > What Vim Can Do
        >
        > Vim is an advanced text editor that seeks to provide the power of
        > the de-facto Unix editor 'Vi', with a more complete feature set.
        > It's useful whether you're already using vi or <a
        > href='others.php'>using a different editor. Users of Vim 5 and 6 should
        > consider upgrading to Vim 7. The main advantages of Vim 6 compared to Vim 5
        > can be found on this page.
        >
        >
        > A General Overview
        >
        >
        > Copyright (c) 2007 Laurent Gregoire
        >
        > What Is Vim?
        >
        > Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text
        > editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with
        > most UNIX systems.
        >
        > Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for
        > programming that many consider it an entire <abbr title='integrated
        > development environment'>IDE. It's not just for programmers,
        > though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing
        > email to editing configuration files.
        >
        >
        > Despite what the above comic suggests, Vim can be configured to work in a very
        > simple (Notepad-like) way, called evim or Easy Vim.
        >
        >
        > What Vim Is Not?
        >
        > Vim isn't an editor designed to hold its users' hands. It is a tool,
        > the use of which must be learned.
        >
        >
        >
        > Vim isn't a word processor. Although it can display text with various
        > forms of highlighting and formatting, it isn't there to provide WYSIWYG
        > editing of typeset documents. (It is great for editing TeX, though.)
        >
        >
        > Vim's License
        >
        > Vim is charityware. Its license is GPL-compatible, so it's
        > distributed freely, but we ask that if you find it useful you make a
        > donation to help children in Uganda through the
        > ICCF. The full license text can be
        > found in the documentation.
        > Much more information about charityware on
        > Charityware.info.
        > ----------------end-file-----

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