delete/yank up/down behavior inconsistent with vim #183

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In vim pushing <d/y><up/down> will delete/yank the entire current line and the n lines above or below it. I have noticed that in vintage mode the behavior of these commands is instead equivalent to v<up/down><d/y>, where it will leave part of the current line and part of the final line depending on the cursors initial position.

I'm actually keen enough for this change that I might just implement it myself at some point, but I thought i'd post an issue first and make sure this wasn't intended for some reason.

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brunocoelho Aug 29, 2013

Hey @Shadyjames, I'm having the same problem. Delete/yank a bunch of lines is my favorite feature.
If you know how to fix it please do it as soon as possible.

Hey @Shadyjames, I'm having the same problem. Delete/yank a bunch of lines is my favorite feature.
If you know how to fix it please do it as soon as possible.

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Shadyjames Aug 29, 2013

I did look into it, and it seemed difficult enough that i was like "Fuck
it! I don't need it that bad", but if its bothering you as well I'll make a
weekend project out of it this or next weekend. Contribute to open source
and what not

On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 2:00 PM, Bruno Coelho notifications@github.comwrote:

Hey @Shadyjames https://github.com/Shadyjames, I'm having the same
problem. Delete/yank a bunch of lines is my favorite feature.
If you know how to fix it please do it as soon as possible.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/sublimehq/Vintage/issues/183#issuecomment-23465551
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Whee!

I did look into it, and it seemed difficult enough that i was like "Fuck
it! I don't need it that bad", but if its bothering you as well I'll make a
weekend project out of it this or next weekend. Contribute to open source
and what not

On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 2:00 PM, Bruno Coelho notifications@github.comwrote:

Hey @Shadyjames https://github.com/Shadyjames, I'm having the same
problem. Delete/yank a bunch of lines is my favorite feature.
If you know how to fix it please do it as soon as possible.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/sublimehq/Vintage/issues/183#issuecomment-23465551
.

Whee!

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brunocoelho Aug 29, 2013

Hey, that's awesome. I hope I could help you with this bug but I think I'm not capable. I don't know python enough.

Hey, that's awesome. I hope I could help you with this bug but I think I'm not capable. I don't know python enough.

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Shadyjames Sep 6, 2013

First time i've done a pull request, no idea how to post the patch to this issue, so here's a link instead
#187

First time i've done a pull request, no idea how to post the patch to this issue, so here's a link instead
#187

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brunocoelho Sep 6, 2013

Hey @Shadyjames, really nice. I will test as soon as possible and give you a feedback.
@sublimehq, what do you think?

Hey @Shadyjames, really nice. I will test as soon as possible and give you a feedback.
@sublimehq, what do you think?

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