#vim - Mon 19 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 05:47

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froodyloki: ^F/^B
^U/^D does half a page
and ^E/^Y does single lines
rphillipshttp://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2538831956647446078
froodyah yeah I almost went to that
I arrived in cupertino 2 days before that talk
but somehow didn't make it to google
Chap00linsome of the default colors for strings in xterm consoles are not visible . . . and modifying them is a real pain
tapohi, I use vim for some weeks now as main editor.. I've put set ai in my ~/.vimrc, but when I edit a file with 'vim test.php', I have to activate ai with "ESC :set ai". is my vimrc wrong?
manveruany hints how i can count the matches in a file with / ?
it was something like \c...
somehow can't find anything about it on :h /
tapomanveru: I found this: http://www.vim.org/tips/tip.php?tip_id=860
some rather -interesting- tips
manveruhum
i really thought there was something built in
oh well
:%s/lobster/%/g will do
tapo:)
manverukinda like grep -c -i lobster file
tapoDo you have an idea why my ~/.vimrc line "set ai" doesn't activate autoindent?
manverumaybe some script overwrites the setting afterwards
frogonwheelstapo: I suggest you set up a filetype plugin to activate it for the items you want -
tapo: Or set up a au BufEnter
tapofiletpye plugin. never heard of, but I will search the web for it
frogonwheels:help ftplugin
:au BufEnter * :set ai<CR>
if you've still got a problem, you can :verbose set ai?
to get vim to tell you where ai was set.
tapofrogonwheels: thanks!
I'll try...
rhalffHi I need to remove weird charcters like ~@~S , but can't seem to get it match
y and past with ctrl + r doesn't work also
when I do :%s/<ctrl-r> it will look like :%s/" after the paste
frogonwheelsrhalff: is the problem you've got the wrong encoding?
rhalfffrogonwheels, yeah think so
frogonwheelsyou could try :e ++fenc=utf8 filename
rhalffhm ok probably a utf8 sql dump then and need to import it as latin, you're right, guess I don't even have to edit the file then
frogonwheelsyou could try :e ++enc=utf8 filename
then you could :set fenc=lantin1

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