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Call trim() only if the function exists #8

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icyflame commented Jul 14, 2019

Using <leader>s on an older version of vim causes an error because of the non-existent trim function. As the plugin still works well without the trim function, it can be called only when it exists and behavior will still be maintained.

The `trim` function was introduced to vim in v8.0.1630 (295ac5ab5). For
older versions, calling the non-existent function throws an error. The
URL generated is still valid, but it might have a few `%20` or `\\`
characters at the end.
@voldikss voldikss merged commit 166644e into voldikss:master Jul 14, 2019

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voldikss commented Jul 14, 2019

Thanks 😊


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icyflame commented Jul 14, 2019

@voldikss That was FAST! 👏 🙇 Thanks for merging!

@icyflame icyflame deleted the icyflame:work-with-old-vim-versions branch Jul 14, 2019
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