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comment Vim shows ^M symbols and they aren't disappearing
Yes, seems, you're right: it will be better to split this discussion on two separate.
Sep
13
comment Vim shows ^M symbols and they aren't disappearing
It is windows shell (cmd). I have not cygwin (mingw instead). And regarding ^M: files were created in Code::Blocks and then I tried to edit them in Vim. I suggested that ^M are appeared due to presense of a several non-CRLF-lines. But did not found such lines.
Sep
13
comment Vim shows ^M symbols and they aren't disappearing
The problem exists for file completion in command line, not in editor filed. For example, when I write e: filenam<tab> and awaiting that Vim completes typed filenam, then Vim doesn't complete.
Sep
13
comment Vim shows ^M symbols and they aren't disappearing
If you'll read my question more accureate then you will see that I use Vim under Windows to edit files created under Windows also.
Sep
13
comment Vim shows ^M symbols and they aren't disappearing
I know this trick and it does work. But why these ^M symbols happen in files created on Windows (not in Vim) while accessing from Windows? I met this many time and do not understand the logick.
Sep
13
asked Vim shows ^M symbols and they aren't disappearing