#13 erases X paste buffer

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2005-01-16
2005-01-16
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This is forward of Debian bug #280793. Full report is
available at http://bugs.debian.org/280793

In a directory hierarchy, which uses a .latexmain file,
starting vim
on a .tex file will erase the primary paste buffer and
replace it
with the contents of the file to which the .latexmain file
corresponds.

To reproduce:

<select some text with the mouse>
cirrus:/tmp/bug> cat >/dev/null
<S-Insert>
<verify that the selected text is pasted>
cirrus:/tmp/bug> echo bla > test.tex
cirrus:/tmp/bug> touch !$.latexmain
cirrus:/tmp/bug> vi file.tex
i<S-Insert>

This will insert 'bla' (the contents of test.tex), not
the selected
text.

Discussion

  • Till Maas

    Till Maas - 2009-09-18

    I noticed this, too. Can you maybe create a patch or do you know which part of vim-latex causes this?

     
  • Till Maas

    Till Maas - 2009-09-18

    forget my previous comment, I did not have enough sleep and the sf.net tracker messages are too messy for me.

     

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