Bug?: Vim folding for Ruby broken
Hugh Sasse Staff Elec Eng
hgs at dmu.ac.uk
Mon Nov 15 09:20:33 EST 2004
On Mon, 15 Nov 2004, Kaspar Schiess wrote:
> Dear vim-ruby-devel list members, this is a repost of a message that was
> first posted to ruby-lang. Please read the message to find out why it was
>>> folds correctly, while
>>> + def foo
>>> | [1,2,3].each do
>>> |+ puts
>>> || end
>>> | end
deleting all the leading > from that, and substituting ' ' for [|+]
it folds for me as usual.
Can you tell us what you expected to happen?
Maybe cat a file containing a modeline (like # vim:set sw=2 et: )
and an example that fails then we can be (mor) sure what we are
>>> does not (simulated fold margin=3).
I don't know what you mean hy "fold margin=3" -- this may be
something I've not learned about yet, but my vim only suggests
wrapmargin when I do :he margin<ctrl-d> .
>> Again, this works for me, unfortunately...
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