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I'm using homebrew-installed vim

My changelist looks something like this:

   10   250    0 nmap <leader>rn <Plug>(coc-rename)
    9   266   11 set report=0
    8   267   20 set display+=lastline
    7   268    8 set title
    6   271    0 -invalid-
    5    75   23 set backspace=indent,eol
    4    76    6
    3    76    0
    2   271    0 -invalid-
    1   270    0 "this will be deleted
>
Press ENTER or type command to continue

But when I type g-, I see the following message:

0 changes; before #1

I think this question indicates that the -invalid-'s are a bug.

Thoughts? I'm not sure how else to use the changelist.

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    The cursor > is already at changes 0. You cannot step back to change -1. g+ will bring you to change 1|. Commented Jul 22, 2022 at 5:26
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    g+ results in Already at newest change Commented Jul 22, 2022 at 5:40

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I was confusing changelist and undolist

Seems g- and g+ are for the undolist, not the changelist

Why does Vim say "Already at newest change" despite a full "changes" history list?

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