[OT] vi vs. vim

grayrest grayrest at grayrest.com
Thu Jan 30 05:41:59 CET 2003


Andrew Bennetts wrote:
> Someone told me something similar once.  I think it was that "uu" or "u." or
> something like that in vi would undo, then redo, which is a convenient way
> go back to the point in the source where you made the last change, without
> changing it.  In vim (without tweaking the compatibility options), you'd
> have to do "u" then ^R.
> 
> Personally, I'd rather have multiple undo :)
> 
> -Andrew.
> 
> 

That would make sense, but if you care that much use '' or `` to get 
back to the spot or line you last edited in vim and keep multiple undo.

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grayrest
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