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  • Hi list, If I :set encoding=utf-8, then the file name completion with Chinese charactors doesn't work. I use utf-8 instead of the default encoding (cp936) on windows, the reason is that, encoding utf-8 can distinguish Chinese punctuations in word motions. Platform: Windows XP. Affected version of vim: all versions How to produce: 1. set encoding=utf-8 in vimrc, then restart vim. 2...
    WU Yue Aug 18, 2013
  • Hi list, Today I read a article about xorg's ClipboardPersistence bug [1], vim is in the affected broken application list, and I'm sure the bug is still in vim. My question is, do you know this bug? Will it get fixed in future? [1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClipboardPersistence -- Regards, WU Yue State Key laboratory of Natural Products and Functions Key Laboratory of Modern Chinese...
    WU Yue Nov 26, 2012
  • On Sat, 23 Jun 2012 02:40:12 +0800, Christian Brabandt wrote: > Hi Ben! > > On Fr, 22 Jun 2012, Ben Fritz wrote: > >> I can confirm that this happens with the :new command, even if I use >> :setlocal instead of :set. However, the subject of this thread implies >> that setting the value changes existing buffers. It does not. Only new >> buffers do the wrong thing. > > I think, the...
    Yue Wu Jun 23, 2012
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  • On Fri, 22 Jun 2012 14:58:15 +0800, Tony Mechelynck wrote: > On 22/06/12 04:09, Yue Wu wrote: > [...] >> Hi, I don't know if the mail has been reached to the list, so I do a >> reply of it. >> > > It did. Don't you read the list? Or you could have found it on Google > Groups. > > The probable reason no one replied is that no one had anything of value > to contribute. > > > Best...
    Yue Wu Jun 22, 2012
  • On Wed, 20 Jun 2012 21:35:00 +0800, Yue Wu wrote: > On Wed, 20 Jun 2012 17:55:16 +0800, Bram Moolenaar > wrote: > >> >> Yue Wu wrote: >> >>> As the title, :setlocal iminsert=1 in a buffer will make the value of >>> it >>> in all other buffers to be 1 too. >>> >>> From the help of 'iminsert', it should be a buffer variable. So I >>> think >>> it's a bug. >>> >>> Please confirm it...
    Yue Wu Jun 21, 2012
  • On Wed, 20 Jun 2012 17:55:16 +0800, Bram Moolenaar wrote: > > Yue Wu wrote: > >> As the title, :setlocal iminsert=1 in a buffer will make the value of it >> in all other buffers to be 1 too. >> >> From the help of 'iminsert', it should be a buffer variable. So I >> think >> it's a bug. >> >> Please confirm it, thank you. > > I don't see this. Please check if you have any scripts...
    Yue Wu Jun 20, 2012
  • Hi, list, As the title, :setlocal iminsert=1 in a buffer will make the value of it in all other buffers to be 1 too. From the help of 'iminsert', it should be a buffer variable. So I think it's a bug. Please confirm it, thank you. -- Regards, Yue Wu State Key laboratory of Natural Products and Functions Key Laboratory of Modern Chinese Medicines Department of Traditional Chinese...
    Yue Wu Jun 20, 2012
  • Hi, list, As the title, :setlocal iminsert=1 in a buffer will make the value of it in all other buffers to be 1 too. From the help of 'iminsert', it should be a buffer variable. So I think it's a bug. Please confirm it, thank you. -- Regards, Yue Wu State Key laboratory of Natural Products and Functions Key Laboratory of Modern Chinese Medicines Department of Traditional Chinese...
    Yue Wu Jun 20, 2012
  • Hi, list, As the title, :setlocal iminsert=1 in a buffer will make the value of it in all other buffers to be 1 too. From the help of 'iminsert', it should be a buffer variable. So I think it's a bug. Please confirm it, thank you. -- Regards, Yue Wu State Key laboratory of Natural Products and Functions Key Laboratory of Modern Chinese Medicines Department of Traditional Chinese...
    Yue Wu Jun 20, 2012
  • Hello list, My question is more specific for n900, but I don't know where to get help, so I try to seek it here ;p vim works fine on n900's port, except it doesn't support 'autochdir', I'm very curious about it. The big question is that, I don't know how to copy strings in system's clipboard, register * and + doesn't work even vim has compiled to support the feature. In normal way...
    Yue Wu Nov 10, 2011