#vim - Sat 5 May 2007 between 07:03 and 08:06

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tsbdrizzd: the letters work fine in insertmode and in the shell. still an .inputrc problem?
okdavinciit's unbelievable.,there is not menu .but I had commented the statement :set guioption=
drizzdI have the german key next to the P and map <C-> <Esc> works for me
okdavinciand the guioption= aegimrLtT
what's the problem?
tsbdrizzd: strange.. can't find much online about it either. perhaps someone else here knows?
anonymous__If someone knows the solution for my problem please highlight my name or private message me. thanks
applehello
tsbdrizzd: do you use unicode or some iso-8859-1 variation?
drizzdunicode
okdavinciIs there any body to know the solution on my problem?
tsbdrizzd: odd.. can you do mappings based on a numerical representation or hexvalue or something similar perhaps?
drizzdprobably, but I've never tried
anonymous__Hello, sometimes when i write C code with vim and i have a check like a ? b ? c : d : e; the line warping breaks
and then i have to press tab , write code , enter, tab again etc, is there anything i can do for that ?
drizzdanonymous__: This doesn't happen here
anonymous__maybe we have differend settings/configuration ?
wait, i'll try it again, but it happened a couple of times to me
actually
now it just doesn't warp lines at all
drizzdAlso, indentation should only depend on the previous line of code
anonymous__yes, how i can do it like you just said
drizzdI didn't do anything. It just works
anonymous__:/
drizzdI have c_gnu = 1, but that shouldn't change anything
anonymous__c_gnu = 1 ? do i have to add that somewhere in my .vimrc ?
Peperhello
anonymous__hey
Peperhow can I add new lines in :s/ ?
anonymous__\n ?
drizzd ?
peper yeah \n or \r
Pepererr but I want to wrap the line in this place
I tried \<CR> but it doesn't seem to work
anonymous__try \r
oh
when you say wrap the line you mean join lines?
PeperI meant ^M
w/o \ ;]
\^M just inserts ^M, ^M makes a new line

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