bug in evil-default-cursor with function value?
markert.michael at gmail.com
Wed Mar 20 15:25:33 CET 2013
On Wed, Mar 20 2013 (14:53), Óscar Fuentes <ofv at wanadoo.es> wrote:
> Michael Markert <markert.michael at gmail.com> writes:
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>> I think a variable that specifies that state-cursors should not override
>> the default cursor would fix it. I don't share your concerns as missing
>> values just mean that it won't be changed.
> Instead of adding a new variable right away we should consider what's
> the current state of affairs. I guess that the original intent of
> evil-default-cursor was to provide a base and apply further
> customizations (for the cases they are defined) onto it.
> IMHO, what is needed is a variable that takes complete responsibility of
> cursor setting. Such variable would contain a function. Default value
> would be something like evil-refresh-cursor.
`evil-default-cursor' would/could be such a function with a variable to
ignore state cursors.
I don't think it would be helpful to move that to a more complex
function like `evil-refresh-cursor'. And then you end up with two such
Another approach would be to make the changing of the state cursor
variables easier but that would be less dynamic -- maybe someone builds
upon `evil-default-cursor' being so dynamic.
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