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authorbnewbold <>2016-04-09 19:52:31 -0400
committerbnewbold <>2016-04-09 19:52:31 -0400
commitdf2a456fb80548d43a4887716bfc73171f49f4cb (patch)
tree3822c8b0bf558d1d9e3a0ee6ae07ce9f438783f4 /software
parent2da941f934634d3ea47c6cc4583333b04ac92b9d (diff)
software/vim: small update about xterm pasting
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@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ actually typing. To paste in the contents of the X11 clipboard you want to use::
(aka quote, star, uppercase-P) in regular mode. This also solves the
autotabbing problem without ":set paste"! You need to have "+xterm_clipboard"
in your ``vim --version`` output for this to work; the ``vim-gtk`` package on
-newer Ubuntus has been compiled with this flag (?).
+Debian/Ubuntu seems to have this flag compiled in, while ``vim-tiny`` does not.
Sometimes you really need tab characters instead of space indendation (eg, when
editing Makefiles). To use tabs when editing a file use::