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2020-07-16
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dharrigan06:07:56

prefix is fine imho. it is consistent with the current mappings 😄

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Olical12:07:35

Yeah, I think it's the right move. It'll probably be another major version bump since it could impact someone's setup. It may well come with another client depending on how my experiments go I guess 😄

rafaeldelboni13:07:29

maybe show a warning that will change for some time?

Olical13:07:45

Hmm perhaps

Olical13:07:57

Even just an echo I guess

skalangrinsson21:07:40

Hey guys, how do you go after renaming functions and stuff in Vim? I was trying to do it like this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/597687/changing-variable-names-in-vim But couldn't make it work. The others methods I tried only renamed the current file functions

dave18:07:27

worth asking this in #vim

dave18:07:52

as for me, i typically just use %s/foo/bar/gc if it's limited to just the buffer i'm working in

dave18:07:15

i also use https://github.com/dyng/ctrlsf.vim all the time to find instances of a string across the entire project

dave18:07:39

you can even use :%s/foo/bar/gc in the results buffer and when you save it, it applies your changes to all the files

skalangrinsson18:07:20

I commonly used :%s, but I thought it only worked for the current file

dave18:07:56

but you can also use it in the CtrlSF results buffer

dave18:07:04

and then when you save that buffer, it saves all of the files

skalangrinsson18:07:47

Imma ask at #vim as you suggested, but ctrlsf seems enough. Thanks

dave23:07:37

sure thing!