The command in the default vimrc that moves the pointer to
the last edited line in the file can get remapped.
It would be nice if the default vimrc shipped with a nonremapping
version of this command.
That is, on line 21 of /etc/vimrc replace "normal g" with
"normal! g". This will allow a user to correctly remap
the letter g without it being executed every time a file
Created attachment 107405 [details]
This is a correct global vimrc file with a couple additional mappings including
one for g
I've fixed the normal! g stuff, but the other mappings really ought to
be in the users vimrc