What category does the help page for AnsiEsc belong to?

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What category does the help page for AnsiEsc belong to?

Peng Yu
Hi,

`:help` shows the following categories of help topics. But what does
AnsiEsc belong to?

                          WHAT                  PREPEND    EXAMPLE
                      Normal mode command      (nothing)   :help x
                      Visual mode command         v_       :help v_u
                      Insert mode command         i_       :help i_<Esc>
                      Command-line command        :        :help :quit
                      Command-line editing        c_       :help c_<Del>
                      Vim command argument        -        :help -r
                      Option                      '        :help 'textwidth'

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Re: What category does the help page for AnsiEsc belong to?

Tim Chase
On 2015-03-29 20:36, Peng Yu wrote:

> `:help` shows the following categories of help topics. But what does
> AnsiEsc belong to?
>
>                           WHAT                  PREPEND    EXAMPLE
>                       Normal mode command      (nothing)   :help x
>                       Visual mode command         v_       :help v_u
>                       Insert mode command         i_       :help
> i_<Esc> Command-line command        :        :help :quit
>                       Command-line editing        c_       :help
> c_<Del> Vim command argument        -        :help -r
>                       Option                      '        :help
> 'textwidth'

What do you mean by "AnsiEsc"?  I don't see anything regarding that
in the help:

  :helpgrep ansiesc\c
  E149: Sorry, no help for ansiesc\c

-tim


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Re: What category does the help page for AnsiEsc belong to?

Christian Brabandt
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Am 2015-03-30 03:36, schrieb Peng Yu:
> `:help` shows the following categories of help topics. But what does
> AnsiEsc belong to?

That is a plugin you have installed yourself. Those are usually visible
below :h local-additions.

Best,
Christian

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Re: What category does the help page for AnsiEsc belong to?

Charles E Campbell Jr
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Peng Yu wrote:

> Hi,
>
> `:help` shows the following categories of help topics. But what does
> AnsiEsc belong to?
>
>                            WHAT                  PREPEND    EXAMPLE
>                        Normal mode command      (nothing)   :help x
>                        Visual mode command         v_       :help v_u
>                        Insert mode command         i_       :help i_<Esc>
>                        Command-line command        :        :help :quit
>                        Command-line editing        c_       :help c_<Del>
>                        Vim command argument        -        :help -r
>                        Option                      '        :help 'textwidth'
>
:AnsiEsc comes from a plugin (AnsiEsc.vim); it provides a command line
command (:AnsiEsc[!]).  You had to have installed AnsiEsc.vim yourself.  
Plugins, btw, may provide commands and maps falling in several categories.

Regards,
Chip Campbell

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