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  • On 23/09/13 10:42, Dimitar DIMITROV wrote: > Test done with the latest version out of mercurial > > Hi, > > Here is a bug: if you place your cursor at the end of a line and try dw, > all that happens is the character under cursor is deleted but the line > is not joined with the one below. hm, dw deletes just the last character on the line but vw highlights that and also the first...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 23, 2013
  • On 11/09/13 19:32, Ben Fritz wrote: > On Wednesday, September 11, 2013 10:13:17 AM UTC-5, Jan Stocker wrote: >> >> >> >> So how would you run a valid cmd.exe line >> >> >> >> "c:\program files (x86)\xyz\xyz.exe" "arg1 with spaces" "arg 2 with spaces" >> >> > > This is exactly the situation that the changes were designed for! For me the defaults work. I just now launched vim with...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 11, 2013
  • On 11/09/13 22:33, Charles Campbell wrote: > Hello! > > I'm having a problem exemplified by the following code snippet: (lets > call this prblm.vim) > > au BufEnter * sil! call Prblm(expand(" ")) > fun! Prblm(fname) > let g:junk= 1 > echomsg "TESTING<".a:fname.">" > endfun > vsplit > > > Use vim -u NONE prblm.vim > :so % > :echo g:junk > > At this point, we get E121 and E15...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 11, 2013
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  • On 11/09/13 22:31, Andrew McNabb wrote: > Vim (vim-enhanced-7.4.0-2.fc19.x86_64 on Fedora) is currently reporting > 'Found a swap file by the name ".linalg.py.swp"' along with > 'process ID: 4157 (still running)'. > > However, process 4157 is not a Vim process: > > $ readlink /proc/4157/exe > /usr/bin/pulseaudio (deleted) > $ > > and '.linalg.py.swp' does not appear in /proc/4157...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 11, 2013
  • On 05/09/13 02:40, mattn wrote: > Hi. > > :e foo:bar > :set swapfile > :swapname > foo:.bar.swp > > This swapfile name should be .foo%bar.swp > > https://gist.github.com/6444548 > On which OS are you running? On Unix and Mac OS X the path separator is a forward slash, on Windows it is a backslash (except a colon can be use after a single letter at the start). The above data makes...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 4, 2013
  • On 05/09/13 02:04, Gary Johnson wrote: > On 2013-09-05, Tony Mechelynck wrote: > >> Using :%g/^! on the tags file shows that there are no other tags >> starting with an exclamation mark, which is not surprising since the >> tags file is sorted. > > I see in $VIMRUNTIME/doc/tags that the tags are indeed sorted. In > that case, why does :help ! produce this horrific mess? > > :help...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 4, 2013
  • On 04/09/13 19:32, Ben Fritz wrote: > Windows 7: Start->Run... gvim -N -u NONE -i NONE > > :help !! > > I expect to see the help topic for normal-mode !!{filter} command, just above :help v_! > > Instead I'm taken to the help for :!!, 'Repeat the last ":!{cmd}".' > > This is in Vim 7.4.0, but I don't see any description in patches 1-16 which appears related. > On 7.4.16, :help...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 4, 2013
  • On 04/09/13 12:14, John Little wrote: > On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 10:00:34 PM UTC+12, Tony Mechelynck wrote: >> .. So you got them from somewhere else and >> did something that you ought NEVER to have done... > > Maybe the Fedora packagers did it. I don't know about them, but the Debian counterparts have done stuff a bit like that in the past... > > Regards, John Little...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 4, 2013
  • On 04/09/13 07:42, Frédéric Bron wrote: > My Fedora 19 distribution updated vim to 7.4. Sadly lilypond syntax > has disappeared. I have downloaded the source with hg and could not > find the syntax file either although it was present in 7.3. Is it an > issue for vim or were those syntax files added by the fedora package > maintainer? > > Here is the list of lilypond related files...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 4, 2013
  • On 02/09/13 03:42, Geoff Greer wrote: > This patch adds asynchronous functions to vimscript. If you want to perform an action in 700ms, simply: > > let timeout_id = settimeout(700, 'echo("hello")') > > To cancel the timeout before it's fired: > > canceltimeout(timeout_id) > > setinterval() also returns an id that can be used with canceltimeout. > > The reason for this patch is...
    Tony Mechelynck Sep 2, 2013