(evi.info)Differences


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Differences
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   The following vi commands behave differently in Evi or not
implemented:

`C-@'
     (insert mode only) Not implemented.

`C-q'
     Not implemented.

`C-['
     Doesn't always do the right thing, and it doesn't do the timeout
     trick necessary to allow it to recognize keypad sequences.

`#'
     Not implemented.

`Q'
     Quits evi mode, returning you to emacs, similiar to the way `Q' in
     vi quits visual mode, returning you to ex.

   Digit registers don't work entirely correctly - there are
circumstances in which separate lines of a change/deletion are supposed
to go into separate registers

   `:set lisp' has no effect, however, emacs does largely take care of
any lisp'ish behaviour you'd want automatically if the file you're
editing is suffixed with `.l' or `.el'.  One particular loss, however,
is that `)' and `(' don't work on s-expressions like they would in vi
with lisp set.


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