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vimboss committed Aug 11, 2005
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@@ -688,6 +688,7 @@ LANG_GEN = \
runtime/spell/README.txt \
runtime/spell/??/*.diff \
runtime/spell/??/main.aap \
+ runtime/spell/yi/README.txt \
runtime/spell/main.aap \
# generic language files, binary
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*eval.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 05
+*eval.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 11
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -3983,7 +3983,7 @@ soundfold({word})
*spellbadword()*
spellbadword() Return the badly spelled word under or after the cursor.
- The cursor is advanced to the start of the bad word.
+ The cursor is moved to the start of the bad word.
When no bad word is found in the cursor line an empty String
is returned and the cursor doesn't move.
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*insert.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 01
+*insert.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 11
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -354,6 +354,8 @@ CTRL-G CTRL-J cursor one line down, insert start column *i_CTRL-G_CTRL-J*
<MouseUp> scroll three lines up *i_<MouseUp>*
<S-MouseUp> scroll a full page up *i_<S-MouseUp>*
CTRL-O execute one command, return to Insert mode *i_CTRL-O*
+CTRL-\ CTRL-O like CTRL-O but don't move the cursor *i_CTRL-\_CTRL-O*
+CTRL-L when 'insertmode' is set: go to Normal mode *i_CTRL-L*
CTRL-G u break undo sequence, start new change *i_CTRL-G_u*
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -363,7 +365,8 @@ option.
The CTRL-O command sometimes has a side effect: If the cursor was beyond the
end of the line, it will be put on the last character in the line. In
mappings it's often better to use <Esc> (first put an "x" in the text, <Esc>
-will then always put the cursor on it).
+will then always put the cursor on it). Or use CTRL-\ CTRL-O, but then
+beware of the cursor possibly being beyond the end of the line.
The shifted cursor keys are not available on all terminals.
@@ -567,7 +570,8 @@ Completion can be done for:
9. Vim command-line |i_CTRL-X_CTRL-V|
10. User defined completion |i_CTRL-X_CTRL-U|
11. Occult completion |i_CTRL-X_CTRL-O|
-12. keywords in 'complete' |i_CTRL-N|
+12. Spelling suggestions |i_CTRL-X_s|
+13. keywords in 'complete' |i_CTRL-N|
All these (except 2) are done in CTRL-X mode. This is a sub-mode of Insert
and Replace modes. You enter CTRL-X mode by typing CTRL-X and one of the
@@ -893,6 +897,25 @@ CTRL-X CTRL-O Guess what kind of item is in front of the cursor and
previous one.
+Spelling suggestions *compl-spelling*
+
+The word in front of the cursor is located and correctly spelled words are
+suggested to replace it. The word doesn't actually have to be badly spelled.
+NOTE: CTRL-S suspends display in many Unix terminals. Use 's' instead. Type
+CTRL-Q to resume displaying.
+
+ *i_CTRL-X_CTRL-S* *i_CTRL-X_s*
+CTRL-X CTRL-S or
+CTRL-X s Locate the word in front of the cursor and find the
+ first spell suggestion for it.
+ CTRL-S or
+ CTRL-N Use the next suggestion. This replaces the previous
+ one. Note that you can't use 's' here.
+
+ CTRL-P Use the previous suggestion. This replaces the
+ previous one.
+
+
Completing keywords from different sources *compl-generic*
*i_CTRL-N*
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*options.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 05
+*options.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 11
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -3732,9 +3732,9 @@ A jump table for the options with a short description can be found at |Q_op|.
- Use CTRL-O to execute one Normal mode command |i_CTRL-O|). When
this is a mapping, it is executed as if 'insertmode' was off.
Normal mode remains active until the mapping is finished.
- *i_CTRL-L*
- Use CTRL-L to execute a number of Normal mode commands, then use
- <Esc> to get back to Insert mode.
+ <Esc> to get back to Insert mode. Note that CTRL-L moves the cursor
+ left, like <Esc> does when 'insertmode' isn't set. |i_CTRL-L|
These items change when 'insertmode' is set:
- when starting to edit of a file, Vim goes to Insert mode.
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*pi_netrw.txt* For Vim version 7.0. Last change: Aug 08, 2005
+*pi_netrw.txt* For Vim version 7.0. Last change: Aug 09, 2005
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Charles E. Campbell, Jr.
@@ -580,12 +580,12 @@ MAPS *netrw-maps*
x................Customizing Browsing.......................|netrw-x|
COMMANDS *netrw-explore-cmds*
- :Explore[!] [dir].Explore directory of current file........|netrw-explore|
- :Sexplore[!] [dir].Split & Explore directory of current file|netrw-explore|
- :Hexplore[!] [dir].Horizontal Split & Explore...............|netrw-explore|
- :Vexplore[!] [dir].Vertical Split & Explore.................|netrw-explore|
- :Pexplore[!] [dir].Vertical Split & Explore.................|netrw-explore|
- :Nexplore[!] [dir].Vertical Split & Explore.................|netrw-explore|
+ :Explore[!] [dir] Explore directory of current file........|netrw-explore|
+ :Sexplore[!] [dir] Split & Explore directory ...............|netrw-explore|
+ :Hexplore[!] [dir] Horizontal Split & Explore...............|netrw-explore|
+ :Vexplore[!] [dir] Vertical Split & Explore.................|netrw-explore|
+ :Pexplore[!] [dir] Vertical Split & Explore.................|netrw-explore|
+ :Nexplore[!] [dir] Vertical Split & Explore.................|netrw-explore|
QUICK REFERENCE COMMANDS TABLE *netrw-browse-cmds*
>
@@ -745,28 +745,32 @@ ssh interaction, etc, see |netrw-list-hack|.
*netrw-hexplore* *netrw-sexplore*
DIRECTORY EXPLORING COMMANDS *netrw-nexplore* *netrw-vexplore*
- :Explore[!] [dir]... Explore directory of current file
- :Sexplore[!] [dir]... Split & Explore directory of current file
- :Hexplore[!] [dir]... Horizontal Split & Explore
- :Vexplore[!] [dir]... Vertical Split & Explore
- :Nexplore............. used with **/patterns; go to next matching file
- :Pexplore............. used with **/patterns; go to previous matching file
-
-The Explore command will open the local-directory browser on the current
-file's directory (or on directory [dir] if specified). The window will be
-split only if the file has been modified, otherwise the browsing window will
-take over that window. Normally the splitting is taken horizontally; the
-optional ! will use vertical splitting.
-
-Sexplore will always split the window before invoking the local-directory
-browser. As with Explore, the splitting is normally done horizontally, but
-with the optional ! the splitting will be done vertically.
-
-Hexplore does an Explore with |belowright| horizontal splitting; the
-optional ! does the Explore with |aboveleft| horizontal splitting.
-
-Vexplore does an Explore with |leftabove| vertical splitting; the
-optional "!" does an Explore with |topleft| vertical splitting.
+ :Explore[!] [dir]... Explore directory of current file *:Explore*
+ :Sexplore[!] [dir]... Split&Explore directory of current file *:Sexplore*
+ :Hexplore[!] [dir]... Horizontal Split & Explore *:Hexplore*
+ :Vexplore[!] [dir]... Vertical Split & Explore *:Vexplore*
+
+ Used with :Explore **/pattern :
+ :Nexplore............. go to next matching file *:Nexplore*
+ :Pexplore............. go to previous matching file *:Pexplore*
+
+:Explore will open the local-directory browser on the current file's
+ directory (or on directory [dir] if specified). The window will be
+ split only if the file has been modified, otherwise the browsing
+ window will take over that window. Normally the splitting is taken
+ horizontally.
+:Explore! is like :Explore, but will use vertical splitting.
+:Sexplore will always split the window before invoking the local-directory
+ browser. As with Explore, the splitting is normally done
+ horizontally.
+:Sexplore! [dir] is like :Sexplore, but the splitting will be done vertically.
+:Hexplore [dir] does an :Explore with |:belowright| horizontal splitting.
+:Hexplore! [dir] does an :Explore with |:aboveleft| horizontal splitting.
+:Vexplore [dir] does an :Explore with |:leftabove| vertical splitting.
+:Vexplore! [dir] does an :Explore with |:rightbelow| vertical splitting.
+
+By default, these commands use the current file's directory. However, one
+may explicitly provide a directory (path) to use.
(Following needs v7.0 or later) *netrw-starstar*
When Explore, Sexplore, Hexplore, or Vexplore are used like
@@ -941,7 +945,7 @@ the "p" key when the cursor is atop the desired filename to be previewed.
SELECTING SORTING STYLE *netrw-s* *netrw-sort*
One may select the sorting style by name, time, or (file) size. The
-"s" map allows one to circulate among the three choices; the directory
+"s" map allows one to circulate amongst the three choices; the directory
listing will automatically be refreshed to reflect the selected style.
@@ -952,7 +956,7 @@ sequence (g:netrw_sort_sequence). The sorting sequence typically
prioritizes the name-listing by suffix, although any pattern will do.
Patterns are delimited by commas. The default sorting sequence is:
>
- /$,*,\.bak$,\.o$,\.h$,\.info$,\.swp$,\.obj$
+ [\/]$,*,\.bak$,\.o$,\.h$,\.info$,\.swp$,\.obj$
<
The lone * is where all filenames not covered by one of the other
patterns will end up. One may change the sorting sequence by modifying
@@ -1072,7 +1076,7 @@ the associated security issues.
(This section is likely to grow as I get feedback)
(also see |netrw-debug|)
-
+ *netrw-p1*
P1. I use windows 95, and my ftp dumps four blank lines at the
end of every read.
@@ -1081,8 +1085,7 @@ the associated security issues.
let g:netrw_win95ftp= 1
-
-
+ *netrw-p2*
P2. I use windows, and my network browsing with ftp doesn't sort by
time or size
@@ -1100,6 +1103,7 @@ the associated security issues.
let g:netrw_cygwin= 1
+ *netrw-p3*
P3. I tried rcp://user@host/ (or protocol other than ftp) and netrw
used ssh! That wasn't what I asked for...
@@ -1108,13 +1112,15 @@ the associated security issues.
When it comes time to do download a file (not just a directory
listing), netrw will use the given protocol to do so.
+ *netrw-p4*
P4. I would like long listings to be the default.
let g:netrw_longlist=1
Check out |netrw-browse-var| for more customizations that
you can set.
+ *netrw-p5*
P5. My times come up oddly in local browsing
Does your system's strftime() accept the "%c" to yield dates
@@ -1123,6 +1129,7 @@ the associated security issues.
your <.vimrc>:
let g:netrw_timefmt= "%X" (where X is the option)
+ *netrw-p6*
P6. I want my current directory to track my browsing.
How do I do that?
@@ -1133,9 +1140,11 @@ the associated security issues.
9. Debugging *netrw-debug*
The <netrw.vim> script is typically available as:
-
+>
/usr/local/share/vim/vim6x/plugin/netrw.vim
-
+< -or- >
+ /usr/local/share/vim/vim7x/plugin/netrw.vim
+<
which is loaded automatically at startup (assuming :set nocp).
1. Get the <Decho.vim> script, available as:
@@ -1179,6 +1188,12 @@ which is loaded automatically at startup (assuming :set nocp).
==============================================================================
10. History *netrw-history*
+ v60: * when using the i map to switch between long and short listings,
+ netrw will now keep cursor on same line
+ * "Match # of #" now uses status line
+ * :Explore **/*.c will now work from a non-netrw-browser window
+ * :Explore **/patterns can now be run in separate browser windows
+ * active banner (hit <cr> will cause various things to happen)
v59: * bugfix -- another keepalt work-around installed (for vim6.3)
* "Match # of #" for Explore **/pattern matches
v58: * Explore and relatives can now handle **/somefilepattern (v7)
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-*spell.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Jul 31
+*spell.txt* For Vim version 7.0aa. Last change: 2005 Aug 11
VIM REFERENCE MANUAL by Bram Moolenaar
@@ -145,6 +145,10 @@ z? For the word under/after the cursor suggest correctly
:spellr[epall] Repeat the replacement done by |z?| for all matches
with the replaced word in the current window.
+In Insert mode, when the cursor is after a badly spelled word, you can use
+CTRL-X s to find suggestions. This works like Insert mode completion. Use
+CTRL-N to use the next suggestion, CTRL-P to go back. |i_CTRL-X_s|
+
The 'spellsuggest' option influences how the list of suggestions is generated
and sorted. See |'spellsuggest'|.
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