Bug#113699: . occasionally does the wrong thing after gq

Stefano Zacchiroli Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org>, 113699@bugs.debian.org
Tue, 15 Mar 2005 15:31:34 +0100

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> Occasionally, when I'm justifying a sequence of paragraphs with gq}
> followed by . several times in succession, the first dot causes vim to
> go into insert mode rather than justify the next paragraph. If I hit
> escape and repeat the same operation, vim behaves as expected. Given how
> often I've seen this happen, I'm fairly sure it's not just a typo on my
> part.

Last info on this bug seem to be that it was reproducible with vim 6.0.

Is it still appliable to vim 6.3? I tried on some large-size text and I
was unable to reproduce it.


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