On Wed, Mar 14, 2001 at 11:17:41AM +0000, John Gaughan wrote:
> You can control this with the 'backspace' option. Putting 'set bs=0'
> in your .exrc/.vimrc will give you the normal vi behavior.
ah. thank you.
> This is a pretty old feature, I'm fairly certain this is in vim 4.0 and
> earlier. You can get info on what's new in the 5.X versions of vim by
> checking the version 5 help page (use 'help version5.txt' in command
yep. found that, but it wasn't enabled in previous versions of vim
on redhat. also found that "set viminfo=" gets rid of that annoying
feature (remembering where you were in a file, etc.) and "set nohls"
disables the hilighting - the shorthand for what you mentioned.
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