vim8: changes behavior of the clipboard (middle mouse button)

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vim8: changes behavior of the clipboard (middle mouse button)

Art Breadless
Hello,

since I use vim8 on Xubuntu 16.04 after using vim8 and leaving it the middle mouse button inserts 0~selectedtext~1.

This did not happen with vim 7.4. and Xubuntu 14 (this is the condiguration I use at work)

zuu@kitchen:~/test$ ls
test

now selecting test by double click before vim8 was started, the niddle mouse button inserts:


zuu@kitchen:~/test$ test

now starting vim and exiting:

zuu@kitchen:~/test$ vim
:q

selecting test and middle mouse button:

zuu@kitchen:~/test$ 0~test1~

This 0~ and 1~ surronders are bad. Has anyone an idea?

Greetings

Arthur

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Re: vim8: changes behavior of the clipboard (middle mouse button)

Ken Takata-2
Hi,

2017/9/5 Tue 9:55:59 UTC+9 Art Breadless wrote:

> Hello,
>
> since I use vim8 on Xubuntu 16.04 after using vim8 and leaving it the middle mouse button inserts 0~selectedtext~1.
>
> This did not happen with vim 7.4. and Xubuntu 14 (this is the condiguration I use at work)
>
> zuu@kitchen:~/test$ ls
> test
>
> now selecting test by double click before vim8 was started, the niddle mouse button inserts:
>
>
> zuu@kitchen:~/test$ test
>
> now starting vim and exiting:
>
> zuu@kitchen:~/test$ vim
> :q
>
> selecting test and middle mouse button:
>
> zuu@kitchen:~/test$ 0~test1~
>
> This 0~ and 1~ surronders are bad. Has anyone an idea?
It seems that bracketed paste mode is not disabled properly when vim exits.
See `:help xterm-bracketed-paste` for detail.
It might be a bug of vim, however, you can disable it as a workaround by
adding the following line in your .vimrc:

        set t_BE=

Regards,
Ken Takata

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