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On Thu, Mar 08, 2012 at 12:11:34PM -0800, howard Schwartz wrote:it sounds as if your runtime files (which include the help
> On Thu, 8 Mar 2012, Ben Fritz wrote:
> >:oldfiles was added in version 7.2.031, quite some time after
> >7.0.237 was :released. You will need to upgrade to a more recent
> >version of Vim to get :this feature.
> Interesting that my 7.0 help files include a description of this
> feature! I have read a description of it being first added as a
> `tentative patch' in
> version 7 that had a bug, and then withdrawn - only to be reintroduced later, apparently.
modules) are newer than your vim
> I could always write a brute force script using, for instance, awk, thatsimpler would be to download source and build your own current
> grepped out the filenames from viminfo and offerred them in vim with a prompt.
> Might run a bit slow, however.
vim -- benefits from that would include runtime files that match
the executable, many bugfixes and new features
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