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My question is how to make this in an intelligent way, meaning: The gqq should be run To Reproduce Paste the following text into a buffer: *foo* bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar Press gqq and see the following (notice the leading asterisk on th gq is actually one of my favorite Vim features - it autoformats blocks of text, including comments, to be at most 80 characters long. (I think it may be a setting?) I actually started to forget about it since few Vim emulations do it correctly. Describe the bug Formatting with gqq doesn't work while recording a macro. The text is not formatted and the recording is canceled instead. To Reproduce Start recording a macro to a register qn (the register doesn't matter) Attempt to fo Format (i.e., gqq) a block of lines above/below the current line - vim-scripts/FormatBlock I don't often reformat text, apart from the plain gq so this is probably something simple, but just don't seem to have the luck of finding it in the help. Anyways, I have the text that looks like 2021-04-15 · Vim shortcuts. GitHub Gist: instantly share format selected text according to line-width gqq format current line according to line-width #gqq please, please quick help.

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gg means : go to the beginning of buffer; gq means : reformat the text included in the You can set the text width for automatic word wrapping using :set textwidth=n (or :set tw=n) where n is a positive integer, for example: :set tw=79 That will automatically wrap text as close to 79 characters as white space allows … > I'm looking for a way to prevent 'gq' from joining lines. I'd > like to know whether there's a way to make it only wrap long > lines without joining any lines. The times that I've wanted to do this, I often use :%norm gqq where "%" is whatever range (often "'<,'>") I want to perform this on. Alternatively, it works nicely with the :g and :v commands, e.g. :v/^>/norm gqq will reformat all of Hãy nhớn xem video nhấm vào kênh đăng ký ủng hộ mình nhé if vim read an old / create a new markdown / tex file, then set text width as 80; ensure t option is added => wrap text by text width; delete l option => long lines are also wrapped. press gqq to manually wrap a line, gqip for a paragraph.

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:setl tw=80 gggqG. In the above, gggqG is gg (go to the first line) then gq (format) to G (the last line). Vim does this very easy (break lines at word boundaries). gq{motion} % format the line that {motion} moves over {Visual}gq % format the visually selected area gqq % format the current line I'd suggest you check out :help gq and :help gw.


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It is a personal light weight wiki mode) go next/create cell. gqq or gww, reformat table  2019年9月24日 vim command to restructure/force text to 80 columns我知道有几种方法可以使用 set textwidth自动设置vim中的文本宽度(例如Vim 80的列布局问题)  repeat last modification matchit.vim : % now matches tags