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Infinite loop when pressing H in the first row first column #31

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lahvak opened this Issue Apr 24, 2014 · 1 comment

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lahvak commented Apr 24, 2014

When pressing H in the first column on any row except the first, the cursor wraps around to the last column of the previous row.

Pressing H in the first column of the first row, vim enters some sort of infinite loop, stops responding and must be killed.

This is Vim 7.4 on Linux. It happens both in console vim and gvim.

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Am 2014-04-24 02:48, schrieb lahvak:

When pressing H in the first column on any row except the first, the
cursor wraps around to the last column of the previous row.

Pressing H in the first column of the FIRST row, vim enters some sort
of infinite loop, stops responding and must be killed.

This is Vim 7.4 on Linux. It happens both in console vim and gvim.

Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub [1].

Links:

[1] #31

Thanks for the feedback. I have fixed this now.

Best,
Christian

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chrisbra commented Apr 24, 2014

Am 2014-04-24 02:48, schrieb lahvak:

When pressing H in the first column on any row except the first, the
cursor wraps around to the last column of the previous row.

Pressing H in the first column of the FIRST row, vim enters some sort
of infinite loop, stops responding and must be killed.

This is Vim 7.4 on Linux. It happens both in console vim and gvim.

Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub [1].

Links:

[1] #31

Thanks for the feedback. I have fixed this now.

Best,
Christian

vim-scripts added a commit to vim-scripts/csv.vim that referenced this issue Jan 16, 2015

Version 31
- fix that H on the very first cell, results in an endless loop (chrisbra/csv.vim#31, reported by lahvak, thanks!)- fix that count for |AddColumn| did not work (according to the documentation) (chrisbra/csv.vim#32, reported by lahvak, thanks!)- invalid reference to a WarningMsg() function- WhatColumn! error, if the first line did not contain as many fields as the line to check.- Rename |:Table| command to |:CSVTable| ( chrisbra/csv.vim#33, reported by Peter Jaros, thanks!)- Mention to escape special characters when manually specifying the delimiter. chrisbra/csv.vim#35), also detect '^' as delimiter.- Csv fixed with columns better use '\%v' to match columns, otherwise, one could get problems with multibyte chars- Sorting should work better with csv fixed with patterns (could generate an inavlide pattern before)- Refactor GetSID() (provided by Ingo Karkat chrisbra/csv.vim#37, thanks!)- New public function |CSVSum()|- Restrict |csv-arrange-autocmd| to specific file sizes (suggested by Spencer Boucher in chrisbra/csv.vim#39, thanks!)- Make |:CSVSearchInColumn| wrap pattern in '%\(..\)' pairs, so it works correctly with '\|' atoms- Small improvements on |:CSVTable| and |:NewDelimiter| command- <Up> and <Down> should skip folds (like in normal Vi mode, suggested by  Kamaraju Kusuma, thanks!)(automatically uploaded)
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