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2017-06-28
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jumar05:06:34

@jr0cket things that come to my mind include: * searching for any HTTP communication to see possible communication points and how they work including authentication * searching for password-like fields to be able to mask them in logs * searching for suspicious log message appearing in my application if I am not able to directly identify the library and/or class/namespace just from the log itself

achikin11:06:02

Something strange happens to vim search and replace

achikin11:06:20

I type in :%s/:state/:status/gc and press enter

achikin11:06:50

Then it hops to first occurrence and prompts me with standard Replace :state with :status (y/n/....etc)?

achikin11:06:31

But when I press y nothing happens and error appears Args out of range (0, 0)

donyorm12:06:55

is it possible that : is a special symbol for vim regex? Have you tried escaping it?

achikin13:06:08

No, that doesn’t help

shan14:06:02

I’ve tried it out on a scratch file and it works fine for me as you’ve got it

shan14:06:36

does the same error happen on any search and replace with gc?

jstokes14:06:23

anyone else notice when clicking to open a file in the Recent Files: dropdown, there’s an immediate paste of your clipboard after the file opens?

jstokes14:06:40

only when clicking with the mouse (enter on the filename doesn’t have the same behavior)

shan14:06:06

yeah I’ve had that

shan14:06:46

Still get weird behaviour now and I’m on version 0.200.9 which is the latest

practicalli-john21:06:42

@jstokes yes, clicking on recent files has pasted for a while now. I learned to hit enter instead of clicking. First I press r for recent files, or b for bookmarks, then j or k to move up or down, then enter to open the file

jstokes21:06:05

glad i’m not going crazy 😅