[lug] vi(m) question
CAtkinson at Circadence.com
Fri Oct 6 09:05:39 MDT 2000
Yes it does. Thanks. I know that I've searched for tab stuff in the past
and not found it which I why I ended up asking. Man, I love vim. (no
flames please. :-))
From: David Morris [mailto:boru at frii.com]
Sent: Friday, October 06, 2000 8:48 AM
To: Boulder Linux User's Group
Subject: Re: [lug] vi(m) question
There is a setting to insert spaces when the tab key is pressed:
This will take the current width of the tab stop
(for example :set ts=4) and insert that many spaces instead of a tab
If you go into help (press F1 key or type :help), all settings are
listed. Just search for a keyword related for what you want to do,
and there is a pretty good chance you will find something. I don't
know the above commnad off the top of my head, but I found it by doing
a search for 'tab' in help.
Hope this helps!
On Thu, 5 Oct 2000, Atkinson, Chip wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is a setting in vim that causes only spaces to
> inserted when autoindent is true?
> For example, if I have "list" set and "ai" both set, then I can see the
> being put in.
> What I'd like to see is only spaces.
> Thanks in advance.
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