Terminal key codes can differ from the gvim key codes. For gvim you
can probably use <c-space>.
On 2018-09-07 11:11:59, sam_w...@hotmail.com
> Hey guys,
> I've been using Headless eclim for some time now and wanted to switch back
> to the embedded eclim for a bigger project I'm am working on. Everything
> was working great until I tried to hit my autocomplete remap and all it did
> was enter a space. My insert remap is set to <c-@> which is just
> ctrl-space, I can confirm this is not a problem on normal console vim as
> the key works but it doesn't work in non-embedded gvim, I can also confirm
> that it is not a issue with autocomplete as that works too. it seems to not
> even show up on :map even if I set it manually.
> here is what I set it with "inoremap <c-@> <c-x><c-u>"
> thank you
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