Re: annoyance: undo does not reset "modified" status

On Fri, Apr 04, 2003 at 05:21:35PM +0200, Oswald Buddenhagen wrote:
> you mean, undo means "undo last editing action plus all following
> movements"? NO WAY! i absolutely HATE this behaviour in vim. while
> merging moves is negotiable, pretending that they don't exist is

And mcedit behaviour is plain stupid for me. I wan't undo to unDO, not
unMOVE. If I change something, browse the file (eg. 100 movement
commands) and decide to undo my last change it will be very difficult
for me to undo the real modification. And if I want to move back - I
can just use arrow keys.

Fortunately I don't use mcedit, but JED, which has undo implemented in
a way I like.



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