Hi,

can anybody confirm this misbehaviour in VIM 7.0:

Starting

  gvim -u NONE -U NONE

and typing

  iStraßen<esc>0gUe

results in

  STRASSEn

(note the lower case 'n'). The same is true for

  iStraßen<esc>0veU

It seems that after converting the sharp s to 'SS' VIM does not account
for the now longer word and selection and leaves one character in lower
case for every sharp s it converted. Another example:

  iAußenstraßenschilder<esc>0gUe

leaves two lower case letters at the end of

  AUSSENSTRASSENSCHILDer

This happens on a German Windows XP with VIM 7.0 (patches 1-17 applied).

Regards,
Jürgen

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