On Wed, Mar 14, 2001 at 12:21:34PM +0000, Justin Mason wrote:
> kevin lyda said:
> > 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.
> My ghod lads, you're switching off all the best bits ;)
it's a thing that seems neat in theory, but is annoying in practice.
that's just my opinion, i could be wrong - but i'm not. :)
> Actually I have a related peeve. If you edit a file with viminfo on,
> so it remembers the position, and then delete that file and create a
> smaller file with the same name, it'll puke out a warning about the
> old position being outside the size of the current file.
>> Anyone got a way around this (barring "set viminfo=" ?)
yeah, don't create a smaller file.
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