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==Comments==
SearchComplete breaks the expected functionality of <tt>{c|d|y}/pattern</tt>, effectively reducing them to <tt>/pattern</tt>.
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SearchComplete breaks the expected functionality of <code>{c|d|y}/pattern</code>, effectively reducing them to <code>/pattern</code>.
   
SearchComplete breaks use of /<Up> to search history on some systems - it seems like it is specifically a problem in non-gui vim compiled as 64bit displayed within a terminal emulator. This problem results in typing "/<Up>" switching to Insert mode and inserting the letter 'A' on a new line, instead of searching the history. I tried to figure out the bug, but I couldn't. Removing SearchComplete fixes the problem.
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SearchComplete breaks use of /<Up> to search history on some systems - it seems like it is specifically a problem in non-gui vim compiled as 64bit displayed within a terminal emulator. This problem results in typing "/<Up>" switching to Insert mode and inserting the letter 'A' on a new line, instead of searching the history. I tried to figure out the bug, but I couldn't. Removing SearchComplete fixes the problem.

Latest revision as of 09:52, July 14, 2012

Use this page to discuss script 474 SearchComplete: tab completion of words inside of a search

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SearchComplete breaks the expected functionality of {c|d|y}/pattern, effectively reducing them to /pattern.

SearchComplete breaks use of /<Up> to search history on some systems - it seems like it is specifically a problem in non-gui vim compiled as 64bit displayed within a terminal emulator. This problem results in typing "/<Up>" switching to Insert mode and inserting the letter 'A' on a new line, instead of searching the history. I tried to figure out the bug, but I couldn't. Removing SearchComplete fixes the problem.

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