Milan Berta wrote:

> > > I'm using vim70g at the time.
> > > 
> > > - After loading a keymap (and setting the b:keymap_name variable to
> > >   anything), unloading it: 'set keymap=', the last command doesn't erase
> > > the b:keymap_name variable. I think vim6 doesn't behave this way, but
> > > I'm not sure, and I can't reproduce the problem with it. Logical would
> > > be if the b:keymap_name variable would be erased with 'set keymap=',
> > > wouldn't be.
> > 
> > I'll delete the b:keymap_name variable when 'keymap' is made empty.
> 
> That helps to change the <czech> (<polish> or whatever) to <lang> in the
> statusline.
> 
> > > - Having '%k' as for the <keymap> in the 'statusline' and executing
> > >   'unlet b:keymap_name', the statusline still shows the last
> > > b:keymap_name value, and it doesn't disappear.
> > 
> > The statusline is redrawn when 'keymap' is changed.  In other (unlikely)
> > situations you need to cause a redraw yourself.
> 
> Yes, that's happen automatically in my case -- the redrawing. But after
> ':set keymap=' and 'unlet b:keymap_name' there is still an annoying
> '<lang>' note in the statusline at the place of '%k' (e.g. for
> 
> set statusline=%f\ %(%k%)
> 
> ). It's cosmetical for me -- I'm just reporting.

The <lang> is displayed because language mappings are effective.  Set
'iminsert' to zero if you want to get rid of it.

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