2016-09-18 3:57 GMT+03:00 Nikolay Aleksandrovich Pavlov <zyx....@gmail.com>:
> 2016-09-18 1:44 GMT+03:00 Tim Chase <v...@tim.thechases.com>:
>> On 2016-09-17 15:04, Ni Va wrote:
>>> On Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 11:51:10 PM UTC+2, Tim Chase
>>> wrote:
>>> > On 2016-09-17 14:47, Ni Va wrote:
>>>>>>> norm 1G does not work on vim8.0.4
>>>
>>>> $ vim -u NONE yourfile.txt
>>>
>>> OK some loaded plugins may cause the pb. how can i locate the bad
>>> one..humm difficult out of doing dichotomie testing
>>
>> To bisect the problem, I usually start by putting
>>
>>    finish
>>
>> in the middle of my vimrc.  If it still works, then I move it to 75%
>> of the vimrc; if it broke, I move it to 25% of my vimrc.  Repeat
>> until it works when you put "finish" before the problematic line, but
>> stops working when you put "finish" after the problematic line.
>
> And if you are writing `norm 1G` somewhere (e.g. in a plugin), then
> just write it as `normal! 1G` (with bang). Bisecting vimrc is a last
> resort if more adequate techniques do not work:
>
> 1. In scripts/plugins/etc - something you have saved on your file
> system just follow best practices which include things like “do not
> use :normal, use :normal!”. If not working 1G is not causing you any
> problems outside of such scripts (i.e. when you type `1G` in place of
> using `normal`, in case you do type this) then there is no need to
> bother.
> 2. There are just two characters in your command which may cause
> problems: `1` and `G`. Just check `:verbose map 1` and `:verbose map
> G`.

Note that even if you find and get rid of offending script or vimrc
line then this does not mean you should not use bang when using
:normal command.

>
> I do not remember last time I had to use bisecting.
>
>>
>> -tim
>>
>>
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