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[DOC BUG] :caddexpr/:laddexpr have incorrect abbreviations

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  • ZyX
    Documentation (quickfix.txt) defines the following incorrect abbreviations Full | Listed | Correct ... caddexpr | cad | cadde laddexpr | lad |
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 20 3:49 PM
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      Documentation (quickfix.txt) defines the following incorrect abbreviations

      Full | Listed | Correct
      ---------- | ------ | -------
      caddexpr | cad | cadde
      laddexpr | lad | ladde
      caddbuffer | caddb | cad
      laddbuffer | laddb | lad

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    • Bram Moolenaar
      ... It s actually different: laddexpr is correctly documented. But it s inconsistant with :caddexpr. Let s just update the documentation, relying on the
      Message 2 of 4 , Mar 22 7:33 AM
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        ZyX wrote:

        > Documentation (quickfix.txt) defines the following incorrect abbreviations
        >
        > Full | Listed | Correct
        > ---------- | ------ | -------
        > caddexpr | cad | cadde
        > laddexpr | lad | ladde
        > caddbuffer | caddb | cad
        > laddbuffer | laddb | lad

        It's actually different: "laddexpr" is correctly documented.
        But it's inconsistant with :caddexpr.

        Let's just update the documentation, relying on the abbreveation is not
        a good idea, but if someone does we don't want to break it for him.

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      • Ken Takata
        Hi, ... Maybe this patch is also needed. ... +++ b/runtime/doc/quickfix.txt @@ -203,7 +203,7 @@ list. *:cad* *:caddbuffer* -:caddb[uffer] [bufnr] Read the
        Message 3 of 4 , Mar 26 6:17 AM
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          Hi,

          2014/3/22 Sat 23:33:02 UTC+9 Bram Moolenaar wrote:
          > It's actually different: "laddexpr" is correctly documented.
          > But it's inconsistant with :caddexpr.
          >
          > Let's just update the documentation, relying on the abbreveation is not
          > a good idea, but if someone does we don't want to break it for him.

          Maybe this patch is also needed.

          --- a/runtime/doc/quickfix.txt
          +++ b/runtime/doc/quickfix.txt
          @@ -203,7 +203,7 @@
          list.

          *:cad* *:caddbuffer*
          -:caddb[uffer] [bufnr] Read the error list from the current buffer and add
          +:cad[dbuffer] [bufnr] Read the error list from the current buffer and add
          the errors to the current quickfix list. If a
          quickfix list is not present, then a new list is
          created. Otherwise, same as ":cbuffer".
          @@ -241,7 +241,7 @@
          current window is used instead of the quickfix list.

          *:cadde* *:caddexpr*
          -:cad[dexpr] {expr} Evaluate {expr} and add the resulting lines to the
          +:cadde[xpr] {expr} Evaluate {expr} and add the resulting lines to the
          current quickfix list. If a quickfix list is not
          present, then a new list is created. The current
          cursor position will not be changed. See |:cexpr| for

          Best regards,
          Ken Takata

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        • Bram Moolenaar
          ... Yes, thanks. -- For large projects, Team Leaders use sophisticated project management software to keep track of who s doing what. The software collects
          Message 4 of 4 , Mar 27 4:13 AM
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            Ken Takata wrote:

            > 2014/3/22 Sat 23:33:02 UTC+9 Bram Moolenaar wrote:
            > > It's actually different: "laddexpr" is correctly documented.
            > > But it's inconsistant with :caddexpr.
            > >
            > > Let's just update the documentation, relying on the abbreveation is not
            > > a good idea, but if someone does we don't want to break it for him.
            >
            > Maybe this patch is also needed.
            >
            > --- a/runtime/doc/quickfix.txt
            > +++ b/runtime/doc/quickfix.txt
            > @@ -203,7 +203,7 @@
            > list.
            >
            > *:cad* *:caddbuffer*
            > -:caddb[uffer] [bufnr] Read the error list from the current buffer and add
            > +:cad[dbuffer] [bufnr] Read the error list from the current buffer and add
            > the errors to the current quickfix list. If a
            > quickfix list is not present, then a new list is
            > created. Otherwise, same as ":cbuffer".
            > @@ -241,7 +241,7 @@
            > current window is used instead of the quickfix list.
            >
            > *:cadde* *:caddexpr*
            > -:cad[dexpr] {expr} Evaluate {expr} and add the resulting lines to the
            > +:cadde[xpr] {expr} Evaluate {expr} and add the resulting lines to the
            > current quickfix list. If a quickfix list is not
            > present, then a new list is created. The current
            > cursor position will not be changed. See |:cexpr| for

            Yes, thanks.

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