I have already put the following setting in my
It's been there for a while, I work in vim on a daily basis, so there have been many commands executed by now. I know from vim help, that duplicates and mapped command-lines are not stored, and it also says:
Use the 'history' option to set the number of lines that are remembered (default: 20).
Currently there are around 130 lines in my history (
:his and q: vary a little bit, second one has about 90 entries), but in my opinion there should be more. There are some commands missing, like opening certain files or some substitution commands with complex regex. There have not been used for a while, but I have this history size increased long enough.
Is there another limit, which I didn't know about? Or maybe it's not a correct way of increasing cmdline history size?