Re: :25 does not save cursor position to jump list
- Dan wrote:
> These commands perform the same function:This is intentional.
> But the first two save the cursor position to the jump list, whereas the last command does not, which I feel is inconsistent and a bug.
> For example, with the following buffer:
> 1 abc
> 2 def
> 3 ghi
> Entering the following commands:
> <C-O> (command that moves cursor to previous line in jump list)
> Should move you to lines 1, 2, 3, 2, 1 respectively, but at present
> the <C-O> commands do NOT move you back to lines 2 and 1.
A)bort, R)etry, D)o it right this time
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