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[patch] Document update for ttymouse option

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  • Hayaki Saito
    Hello, Now the description of “ttymouse” option of the vim documents seems to be out of date. This patch updates it and includes a small comment fix of
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 30, 2014
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      Hello,

      Now the description of “ttymouse” option of the vim documents seems to be out of date.
      This patch updates it and includes a small comment fix of os_unix.c.

      Thanks,

      — Hayaki

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    • Marius Gedminas
      ... Typo: s/support/supports/ ... Marius Gedminas -- My inferiority complex isn t as good as yours.
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 30, 2014
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        On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 05:00:36PM +0900, Hayaki Saito wrote:
        > Hello,
        >
        > Now the description of “ttymouse” option of the vim documents seems to be out of date.
        > This patch updates it and includes a small comment fix of os_unix.c.
        >
        > Thanks,

        > diff -r 609b7c0be284 runtime/doc/options.txt
        > --- a/runtime/doc/options.txt Tue Apr 29 20:04:09 2014 +0200
        > +++ b/runtime/doc/options.txt Wed Apr 30 16:52:10 2014 +0900
        > @@ -7504,8 +7504,8 @@
        > "s" = button state
        > "c" = column plus 33
        > "r" = row plus 33
        > - This only works up to 223 columns! See "dec" for a
        > - solution.
        > + This only works up to 223 columns! See "dec",
        > + "urxvt", and "sgr" for solutions.
        > xterm2 Works like "xterm", but with the xterm reporting the
        > mouse position while the mouse is dragged. This works
        > much faster and more precise. Your xterm must at
        > @@ -7527,29 +7527,35 @@
        > pterm QNX pterm mouse handling.
        > *urxvt-mouse*
        > urxvt Mouse handling for the urxvt (rxvt-unicode) terminal.
        > + The mouse works only if the terminal support this

        Typo: s/support/supports/

        > + encoding style, but it does not have 223 columns limit
        > + unlike "xterm" or "xterm2".
        > *sgr-mouse*

        Marius Gedminas
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      • Bram Moolenaar
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        Message 3 of 3 , May 1, 2014
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          Hayaki Saito wrote:

          > Now the description of “ttymouse” option of the vim documents seems to
          > be out of date.
          > This patch updates it and includes a small comment fix of os_unix.c.

          Thanks!

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