On Wed, 8 Jun 2011, Marco wrote:

And what is “lines=no” for?

What i get from the source for the “lines” key is:

  no (default) : no hyphenation
  yes          : no hyphenation and left aligned text (align key is ignored)
  hyphenated   : hyphenation

Thanks for clarification. Though the options (also
regarding “space=fixed”) are confusing, or at least not
transparent, in my opinion.

For the vim module, I decided to use `space=on|off` to show visible space
and `lines=split|fixed` to enable or disable line breaks.

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