From a sourced file I am running my vim script. The aim of the script is to run
:global. I am searching for
The patterns are variables, so I use
execute; for the work to be done, I use a second nested level of execute.
It turns out that within the
execute I must use
|, not newlines, to separate commands.
execute ' g#' . WE_pattern1 . ' ' . WE_patter2 . '#execute " try | ...work | to | be | done... | catch ... | endtry | " '
How can I get the depth of
How can I
:finishthe script under some condition?
:finishalways gives the error message
E168: only in sourced ....
CTRL-Cinterrupts, but after some processing how can I write that
CTRL-Cwill be executed?