Visual selection search/replace
leo.alekseyev at gmail.com
Wed Mar 5 23:49:06 CET 2014
I am slowly attempting to start using vim commands in place of Emacs ones;
recently I've been trying to use :s/foo/bar/g in place of query-replace.
Looking at the vim docs, it seems that \%V "atom" in a :s command can be
used to obtain the same effect as emacs' query-replace-region (see
this doesn't seem to work in Evil. Is this a known bug? If so, is there
an official list of Vim/Evil differences that I can refer to instead of
spamming this list? :)
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