Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 479896
vim wrongly line-wraps CMakeLists.txt
Last modified: 2009-12-02 14:17:55 EST
vim-enhanced incorrectly wraps (:tw=78) text in CmakeLists.txt, which should not be wrapped in the rigid manner that textwidth causes wrapping. This makes editing such files frustrating.
This is caused by the line 'autocmd BufRead *.txt set tw=78' in /etc/vimrc, which should probably be omitted entirely (aside from breaking in some cases, novice users may not know how to turn it off, and it is confusing because only certain files are wrapped).
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No change in F11, don't think F12 is better but I've already changed /etc/vimrc on my F12 machine. (If needed, I can go poking in the rpm, but I suspect its vimrc is the same as F11...)
I'll comment out the autocommand line in the next vim release that I'm currently working on.