On 14 October 2016 at 13:43, Igor Forca <igo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a text file with a lot of Vim substitution and global commands like:
> :%s/\(one\) \(two\)/\1\r\2/gie
> :g/(something\c/normal v%2>
> and several more commands in file named myfile.vim.
> Then in the current buffer when I need to execute this kind of find/replace 
> substitution I just execute:
> :source myfile.vim
> and changes are performed without a problem.
> What I don't like is that Vim in status bar displays:
> 3 substitutions on 330 lines
> 4 lines >ed 2 times
> <many more lines here>
> Press ENTER or type command to continue
> How to source vim file without this annoying information in status bar and 
> without need to press and Enter?

Prefix the commands with silent:

:silent %s/\(one\) \(two\)/\1\r\2/gie

:help :silent

You can probably also do ":silent source myfile.vim" rather than
changing each line.

Hope that helps,


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