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response to lisp/vi question
- To: franz-friends@Berkeley
- Subject: response to lisp/vi question
- From: johnson <johnson%udel-dewey.delaware@udel-relay.ARPA>
- Date: Wed, 31 Oct 84 13:47:19 GMT
- Cc: johnson%udel-dewey.delaware@udel-relay.ARPA
- Original-date: Wed, 31 Oct 84 8:47:19 EST
in response to:
>I would like to use "=" in VI to indent my lisp code. When I
>type "=" in front of some lisp code I get
>No alternate filename to substitute for #0
>How do I indent Lisp code (besides using autoindent)?
1. When I type "=" in vi (without :set lisp) I get no response at all.
Is it possible that you defined a macro named "=" ?
check your ~/.exrc file for a line beginning:
:map = <something-or-other>
2. Even after:
A single "=" does not seem to cause the correct action, however,
two successive "="s do.
1. remove any mapping of "=" from ~/.exrc
2. :set lisp
3. use "==" rather than "="