|SAS_Spidey01||shift+insert == same as control+v|
but i need to somehow get a named buffer into the command line.
|brussel||hope that helps shorn|
|Shorn||Well I found out that there's an argv function?|
Not sure how I use it though.. tried argv(0) and stuff :X
|brussel||Well I've yanked something into a named buffer with "ayW and then I go to the command line with : and I want to then paste what's in buffer a but "ap doesn't do anything...|
I'm not surprised Shorn. Every time I read the manual I get confused. It's like osmosis. As I read I see something that I don't need but is neat but I can almost never find what I'm really looking for.
Well I'm going to bed for the night, cya all
|SAS_Spidey01||If I dig deep enough, I find any thing|
manuals nearly as thick and technical as some thing I write +S. Nite brussel
|brussel||You are probably much further along the curve than me Sas. I'm just a poor old vi user|
|SAS_Spidey01||Hehe, I used the Vim Manual to learn Vi ;-)|
found it much better then a quick reference card after basic commands
|brussel||yeah, and then vi is different from one computer to the next so finding that 80% which works on everything is an art|
|SAS_Spidey01||As long as the core commands work roughly alike I'm fine|
Well, as long as I can map ; to : b/c always using : is pinky strain
is there any way to have it display as |number foldcolumn text | instead of |foldcolumn number text | ? (i.e. have the line numbers on the left of the foldcolumn rather then right)
|Shorn||how do I use argv(0) in a :! foobar argv(0) with the argv(0) actually getting evaluated?|
what is the lisp mode?
|setog3||I use cscope, how can I go to th implemantation of a function, for example I am in test.hh on the definition of void func1(void) and I want to see what is in the .cc|
|elif||setog3: he tags|
setog3: ooops, I was ignorant about cscope...
|setog3||elif: :D , and tag only find the definition not the implementation|
but I think it's possible, now I use cscope find e .. but don't know .. if I use the entire line !! yes I think I try
setog3: need to go now... keep trying... ;-)
|irlie_||Hi I hav some probs with highlighting spelling errors in tex-files. When I load the file foo.tex highligting of spell errors does not work. if I load the same file as foo it works again. Does somebody know why?|
I guess it is something with default colorong scheme overwriting the spell coloring
I tried to set the color for spelling after loading the file but this do not work either :(
|unlink||how can i replace all initial spaces with an equivalent number of underscores?|
|goibhniu||irlie_: have you had a look at :set to see if there's a difference between the tex file and the other one?|
irlie_: maybe spelllang needs to be set?
|irlie_||goibhniu: Will try this now. I tried to comment everything out in my vimrc, but this does not work too.|
goibhniu: spelllang is ok
|goibhniu||irlie_: how about :setlocal spell spelllang=en_gb|
or whatever language you want