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authorPeter Wemm <peter@FreeBSD.org>2013-11-11 16:38:34 +0000
committerPeter Wemm <peter@FreeBSD.org>2013-11-11 16:38:34 +0000
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Import nvi2 2.1.2-95773e17e2751.vendor/nvi/2.1.2-95773e17e2751
Notes
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-rw-r--r--README4
-rw-r--r--catalog/dump.c30
-rw-r--r--common/main.c4
-rw-r--r--docs/USD.doc/vi.man/vi.13431
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diff --git a/README b/README
index bb05379e7a7c..c129439d38d0 100644
--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-# $Id: README,v 9.0 2012/10/07 09:13:54 zy Exp $
+# $Id: README,v 9.1 2013/11/02 02:50:23 zy Exp $
-This is version 2.1.1 (2012-10-07) of nex/nvi, a reimplementation of the ex/vi
+This is version 2.1.2 (2012-11-02) of nex/nvi, a reimplementation of the ex/vi
text editors originally distributed as part of the Fourth Berkeley
Software Distribution (4BSD), by the University of California, Berkeley.
diff --git a/catalog/dump.c b/catalog/dump.c
index 4cd39df863b2..13ffb8bb422a 100644
--- a/catalog/dump.c
+++ b/catalog/dump.c
@@ -2,12 +2,38 @@
* Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994
* The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
*
- * %sccs.include.redist.c%
+ * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+ * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
+ * are met:
+ * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+ * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+ * documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+ * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
+ * must display the following acknowledgement:
+ * This product includes software developed by the University of
+ * California, Berkeley and its contributors.
+ * 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
+ * may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
+ * without specific prior written permission.
+ *
+ * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
+ * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
+ * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ * ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
+ * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
+ * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
+ * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+ * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+ * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+ * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ * SUCH DAMAGE.
*/
#ifndef lint
static char copyright[] =
-"%Z% Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994\n\
+"@(#) Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994\n\
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.\n";
#endif /* not lint */
diff --git a/common/main.c b/common/main.c
index 16b3fb19e22d..6ff418173007 100644
--- a/common/main.c
+++ b/common/main.c
@@ -11,9 +11,9 @@
#ifndef lint
static const char copyright[] =
-"%Z% Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994\n\
+"@(#) Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994\n\
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.\n\
-%Z% Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996\n\
+@(#) Copyright (c) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996\n\
Keith Bostic. All rights reserved.\n";
#endif /* not lint */
diff --git a/docs/USD.doc/vi.man/vi.1 b/docs/USD.doc/vi.man/vi.1
index 1292eef3ffa8..e4a51cb8fdd3 100644
--- a/docs/USD.doc/vi.man/vi.1
+++ b/docs/USD.doc/vi.man/vi.1
@@ -5,1570 +5,2741 @@
.\" Copyright (c) 2011
.\" Zhihao Yuan. All rights reserved.
.\"
-.\" This document may not be republished without written permission from
-.\" Keith Bostic.
+.\" The vi program is freely redistributable.
+.\" You are welcome to copy, modify and share it with others
+.\" under the conditions listed in the LICENSE file.
+.\" If any company (not individual!) finds vi sufficiently useful
+.\" that you would have purchased it, or if any company wishes to
+.\" redistribute it, contributions to the authors would be appreciated.
.\"
-.\" See the LICENSE file for redistribution information.
+.\" $Id: vi.1,v 9.0 2013/11/02 12:11:56 zy Exp $
.\"
-.\" $Id: vi.1,v 8.59 2012/02/12 12:56:37 zy Exp $
-.\"
-.TH VI 1 "11 February, 2012"
-.UC
-.SH NAME
-ex, vi, view \- text editors
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.B ex
-[\c
-.B -eFRrSsv\c
-] [\c
-.BI -c " cmd"\c
-] [\c
-.BI -t " tag"\c
-] [\c
-.BI -w " size"\c
-] [file ...]
-.br
-.B vi
-[\c
-.B -eFlRrSv\c
-] [\c
-.BI -c " cmd"\c
-] [\c
-.BI -t " tag"\c
-] [\c
-.BI -w " size"\c
-] [file ...]
-.br
-.B view
-[\c
-.B -eFRrSv\c
-] [\c
-.BI -c " cmd"\c
-] [\c
-.BI -t " tag"\c
-] [\c
-.BI -w " size"\c
-] [file ...]
-.SH LICENSE
-The vi program is freely redistributable. You are welcome to copy,
-modify and share it with others under the conditions listed in the
-LICENSE file. If any company (not individual!) finds vi sufficiently
-useful that you would have purchased it, or if any company wishes to
-redistribute it, contributions to the authors would be appreciated.
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.I \&Vi
-is a screen oriented text editor.
-.I \&Ex
+.Dd November 2, 2013
+.Dt VI 1
+.Os
+.Sh NAME
+.Nm ex , vi , view
+.Nd text editors
+.Sh SYNOPSIS
+.Nm ex
+.Op Fl FRrSsv
+.Op Fl c Ar cmd
+.Op Fl t Ar tag
+.Op Fl w Ar size
+.Op Ar
+.Nm vi\ \&
+.Op Fl eFRrS
+.Op Fl c Ar cmd
+.Op Fl t Ar tag
+.Op Fl w Ar size
+.Op Ar
+.Nm view
+.Op Fl eFrS
+.Op Fl c Ar cmd
+.Op Fl t Ar tag
+.Op Fl w Ar size
+.Op Ar
+.Sh DESCRIPTION
+.Nm vi
+is a screen-oriented text editor.
+.Nm ex
is a line-oriented text editor.
-.I \&Ex
+.Nm ex
and
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
are different interfaces to the same program,
and it is possible to switch back and forth during an edit session.
-.I View
+.Nm view
is the equivalent of using the
-.B \-R
-(read-only) option of
-.IR \&vi .
-.PP
+.Fl R
+.Pq read-only
+option of
+.Nm vi .
+.Pp
This manual page is the one provided with the
-.I nex/nvi
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
versions of the
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
text editors.
-.I Nex/nvi
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
are intended as bug-for-bug compatible replacements for the original
-Fourth Berkeley Software Distribution (4BSD)
-.I \&ex
+Fourth Berkeley Software Distribution
+.Pq 4BSD
+.Nm ex
and
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
programs.
For the rest of this manual page,
-.I nex/nvi
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
is used only when it's necessary to distinguish it from the historic
implementations of
-.IR ex/vi .
-.PP
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi .
+.Pp
This manual page is intended for users already familiar with
-.IR ex/vi .
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi .
Anyone else should almost certainly read a good tutorial on the
editor before this manual page.
-If you're in an unfamiliar environment, and you absolutely have to
-get work done immediately, read the section after the options
-description, entitled ``Fast Startup''.
+If you're in an unfamiliar environment,
+and you absolutely have to get work done immediately,
+read the section after the options description, entitled
+.Sx FAST STARTUP .
It's probably enough to get you going.
-.PP
+.Pp
The following options are available:
-.TP
-.B \-c
+.Bl -tag -width "-w size "
+.It Fl c Ar cmd
Execute
-.B cmd
-immediately after starting the edit session.
-Particularly useful for initial positioning in the file, however
-.B cmd
+.Ar cmd
+on the first file loaded.
+Particularly useful for initial positioning in the file, although
+.Ar cmd
is not limited to positioning commands.
-This is the POSIX 1003.2 interface for the historic ``+cmd'' syntax.
-.I Nex/nvi
+This is the POSIX 1003.2 interface for the historic
+.Dq +cmd
+syntax.
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
supports both the old and new syntax.
-.TP
-.B \-e
+.It Fl e
Start editing in ex mode, as if the command name were
-.IR \&ex .
-.TP
-.B \-F
+.Nm ex .
+.It Fl F
Don't copy the entire file when first starting to edit.
(The default is to make a copy in case someone else modifies
the file during your edit session.)
-.TP
-.B \-l
-Start editing with the lisp and showmatch options set.
-.TP
-.B \-R
+.\" .It Fl l
+.\" Start editing with the lisp and showmatch options set.
+.It Fl R
Start editing in read-only mode, as if the command name was
-.IR view ,
+.Nm view ,
or the
-.B readonly
+.Cm readonly
option was set.
-.TP
-.B \-r
+.It Fl r
Recover the specified files, or, if no files are specified,
list the files that could be recovered.
If no recoverable files by the specified name exist,
the file is edited as if the
-.B \-r
+.Fl r
option had not been specified.
-.TP
-.B \-S
+.It Fl S
Run with the
-.B secure
+.Cm secure
edit option set, disallowing all access to external programs.
-.TP
-.B \-s
+.It Fl s
Enter batch mode; applicable only to
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
edit sessions.
Batch mode is useful when running
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
scripts.
-Prompts, informative messages and other user oriented message
-are turned off,
+Prompts, informative messages and other user oriented messages are turned off,
and no startup files or environment variables are read.
-This is the POSIX 1003.2 interface for the historic ``\-'' argument.
-.I \&Nex/nvi
+This is the POSIX 1003.2 interface for the historic
+.Dq -
+argument.
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
supports both the old and new syntax.
-.TP
-.B \-t
-Start editing at the specified tag.
-(See
-.IR ctags (1)).
-.TP
-.B \-w
-Set the initial window size to the specified number of lines.
-.TP
-.B \-v
+.It Fl t Ar tag
+Start editing at the specified
+.Ar tag
+.Pq see Xr ctags 1 .
+.It Fl v
Start editing in vi mode, as if the command name was
-.I \&vi
-or
-.IR view .
-.PP
+.Nm vi .
+.It Fl w Ar size
+Set the initial window size to the specified number of lines.
+.El
+.Pp
Command input for
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
is read from the standard input.
In the
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
interface, it is an error if standard input is not a terminal.
In the
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
interface, if standard input is not a terminal,
-.I \&ex
-will read commands from it regardless, however, the session will be a
+.Nm ex
+will read commands from it regardless; however, the session will be a
batch mode session, exactly as if the
-.B \-s
+.Fl s
option had been specified.
-.PP
-.I Ex/vi
-exits 0 on success, and greater than 0 if an error occurs.
-.SH FAST STARTUP
+.Sh FAST STARTUP
This section will tell you the minimum amount that you need to
do simple editing tasks using
-.IR \&vi .
-If you've never used any screen editor before, you're likely to have
-problems even with this simple introduction.
+.Nm vi .
+If you've never used any screen editor before,
+you're likely to have problems even with this simple introduction.
In that case you should find someone that already knows
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
and have them walk you through this section.
-.PP
-.I \&Vi
+.Pp
+.Nm vi
is a screen editor.
-This means that it takes up almost the entire screen, displaying part
-of the file on each screen line, except for the last line of the screen.
+This means that it takes up almost the entire screen,
+displaying part of the file on each screen line,
+except for the last line of the screen.
The last line of the screen is used for you to give commands to
-.IR \&vi ,
+.Nm vi ,
and for
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
to give information to you.
-.PP
+.Pp
The other fact that you need to understand is that
-.I \&vi
-is a modeful editor, i.e. you are either entering text or you
-are executing commands, and you have to be in the right mode
-to do one or the other.
+.Nm vi
+is a modeful editor,
+i.e., you are either entering text or you are executing commands,
+and you have to be in the right mode to do one or the other.
You will be in command mode when you first start editing a file.
There are commands that switch you into input mode.
There is only one key that takes you out of input mode,
-and that is the <escape> key.
-(Key names are written using less-than and greater-than signs, e.g.
-<escape> means the ``escape'' key, usually labeled ``esc'' on your
-terminal's keyboard.)
+and that is the
+.Aq escape
+key.
+.Pp
+Key names are written using less-than and greater-than signs, e.g.,
+.Aq escape
+means the
+.Dq escape
+key, usually labeled
+.Dq Esc
+on your terminal's keyboard.
If you're ever confused as to which mode you're in,
-keep entering the <escape> key until
-.I \&vi
+keep entering the
+.Aq escape
+key until
+.Nm vi
beeps at you.
-(Generally,
-.I \&vi
+Generally,
+.Nm vi
will beep at you if you try and do something that's not allowed.
-It will also display error messages.)
-.PP
-To start editing a file, enter the command ``vi file_name<carriage-return>''.
-The command you should enter as soon as you start editing is
-``:set verbose showmode<carriage-return>''.
+It will also display error messages.
+.Pp
+To start editing a file, enter the following command:
+.Pp
+.Dl $ vi file
+.Pp
+The command you should enter as soon as you start editing is:
+.Pp
+.Dl :set verbose showmode
+.Pp
This will make the editor give you verbose error messages and display
the current mode at the bottom of the screen.
-.PP
+.Pp
The commands to move around the file are:
-.TP
-.B h
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm h
Move the cursor left one character.
-.TP
-.B j
+.It Cm j
Move the cursor down one line.
-.TP
-.B k
+.It Cm k
Move the cursor up one line.
-.TP
-.B l
+.It Cm l
Move the cursor right one character.
-.TP
-.B <cursor-arrows>
+.It Aq Cm cursor-arrows
The cursor arrow keys should work, too.
-.TP
-.B /text<carriage-return>
-Search for the string ``text'' in the file,
+.It Cm / Ns text
+Search for the string
+.Dq text
+in the file,
and move the cursor to its first character.
-.PP
+.El
+.Pp
The commands to enter new text are:
-.TP
-.B a
-Append new text,
-.I after
-the cursor.
-.TP
-.B i
-Insert new text,
-.I before
-the cursor.
-.TP
-.B o
-Open a new line below the line the cursor is on, and start
-entering text.
-.TP
-.B O
-Open a new line above the line the cursor is on, and start
-entering text.
-.TP
-.B <escape>
-Once you've entered input mode using the one of the
-.BR \&a ,
-.BR \&i ,
-.BR \&O
-or
-.B \&o
+.Bl -tag -width "<escape>"
+.It Cm a
+Append new text, after the cursor.
+.It Cm i
+Insert new text, before the cursor.
+.It Cm o
+Open a new line below the line the cursor is on, and start entering text.
+.It Cm O
+Open a new line above the line the cursor is on, and start entering text.
+.It Aq Cm escape
+Once you've entered input mode using one of the
+.Cm a ,
+.Cm i ,
+.Cm o
+or
+.Cm O
commands, use
-.B <escape>
+.Aq Cm escape
to quit entering text and return to command mode.
-.PP
+.El
+.Pp
The commands to copy text are:
-.TP
-.B yy
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm yy
Copy the line the cursor is on.
-.TP
-.B p
+.It Cm p
Append the copied line after the line the cursor is on.
-.PP
+.El
+.Pp
The commands to delete text are:
-.TP
-.B dd
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm dd
Delete the line the cursor is on.
-.TP
-.B x
+.It Cm x
Delete the character the cursor is on.
-.PP
+.El
+.Pp
The commands to write the file are:
-.TP
-.B :w<carriage-return>
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm :w
Write the file back to the file with the name that you originally used
as an argument on the
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
command line.
-.TP
-.B ":w file_name<carriage-return>"
-Write the file back to the file with the name ``file_name''.
-.PP
+.It Cm :w Ar file_name
+Write the file back to the file with the name
+.Ar file_name .
+.El
+.Pp
The commands to quit editing and exit the editor are:
-.TP
-.B :q<carriage-return>
-Quit editing and leave vi (if you've modified the file, but not
-saved your changes,
-.I \&vi
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm :q
+Quit editing and leave
+.Nm vi
+(if you've modified the file, but not saved your changes,
+.Nm vi
will refuse to quit).
-.TP
-.B :q!<carriage-return>
+.It Cm :q!
Quit, discarding any modifications that you may have made.
-.PP
-One final caution.
+.El
+.Pp
+One final caution:
Unusual characters can take up more than one column on the screen,
and long lines can take up more than a single screen line.
-The above commands work on ``physical'' characters and lines,
-i.e. they affect the entire line no matter how many screen lines it
-takes up and the entire character no matter how many screen columns
-it takes up.
-.SH VI COMMANDS
+The above commands work on
+.Dq physical
+characters and lines,
+i.e., they affect the entire line no matter how many screen lines it takes up
+and the entire character no matter how many screen columns it takes up.
+.Sh REGULAR EXPRESSIONS
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
+supports regular expressions
+.Pq REs ,
+as documented in
+.Xr re_format 7 ,
+for line addresses, as the first part of the
+.Nm ex Cm substitute ,
+.Cm global
+and
+.Cm v
+commands, and in search patterns.
+Basic regular expressions
+.Pq BREs
+are enabled by default;
+extended regular expressions
+.Pq EREs
+are used if the
+.Cm extended
+option is enabled.
+The use of regular expressions can be largely disabled using the
+.Cm magic
+option.
+.Pp
+The following strings have special meanings in the
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
+version of regular expressions:
+.Bl -bullet -offset 6u
+.It
+An empty regular expression is equivalent to the last regular expression used.
+.It
+.Sq \e\(la
+matches the beginning of the word.
+.It
+.Sq \e\(ra
+matches the end of the word.
+.It
+.Sq \(a~
+matches the replacement part of the last
+.Cm substitute
+command.
+.El
+.Sh BUFFERS
+A buffer is an area where commands can save changed or deleted text
+for later use.
+.Nm vi
+buffers are named with a single character preceded by a double quote,
+for example
+.Pf \&" Ns Aq c ;
+.Nm ex
+buffers are the same,
+but without the double quote.
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
+permits the use of any character without another meaning in the position where
+a buffer name is expected.
+.Pp
+All buffers are either in
+.Em line mode
+or
+.Em character mode .
+Inserting a buffer in line mode into the text creates new lines for each of the
+lines it contains, while a buffer in character mode creates new lines for any
+lines
+.Em other
+than the first and last lines it contains.
+The first and last lines are inserted at the current cursor position, becoming
+part of the current line.
+If there is more than one line in the buffer,
+the current line itself will be split.
+All
+.Nm ex
+commands which store text into buffers do so in line mode.
+The behaviour of
+.Nm vi
+commands depend on their associated motion command:
+.Bl -bullet -offset 6u
+.It
+.Aq Cm control-A ,
+.Cm h ,
+.Cm l ,
+.Cm ,\& ,
+.Cm 0 ,
+.Cm B ,
+.Cm E ,
+.Cm F ,
+.Cm T ,
+.Cm W ,
+.Cm ^ ,
+.Cm b ,
+.Cm e ,
+.Cm f
+and
+.Cm t
+make the destination buffer character-oriented.
+.It
+.Cm j ,
+.Aq Cm control-M ,
+.Cm k ,
+.Cm ' ,
+.Cm - ,
+.Cm G ,
+.Cm H ,
+.Cm L ,
+.Cm M ,
+.Cm _
+and
+.Cm |\&
+make the destination buffer line-oriented.
+.It
+.Cm $ ,
+.Cm % ,
+.Cm ` ,
+.Cm (\& ,
+.Cm )\& ,
+.Cm / ,
+.Cm ?\& ,
+.Cm [[ ,
+.Cm ]] ,
+.Cm {
+and
+.Cm }
+make the destination buffer character-oriented, unless the starting and
+end positions are the first and last characters on a line.
+In that case, the buffer is line-oriented.
+.El
+.Pp
+The
+.Nm ex
+command
+.Cm display buffers
+displays the current mode for each buffer.
+.Pp
+Buffers named
+.Sq a
+through
+.Sq z
+may be referred to using their uppercase equivalent, in which case new content
+will be appended to the buffer, instead of replacing it.
+.Pp
+Buffers named
+.Sq 1
+through
+.Sq 9
+are special.
+A region of text modified using the
+.Cm c
+.Pq change
+or
+.Cm d
+.Pq delete
+commands is placed into the numeric buffer
+.Sq 1
+if no other buffer is specified and if it meets one of the following conditions:
+.Bl -bullet -offset 6u
+.It
+It includes characters from more than one line.
+.It
+It is specified using a line-oriented motion.
+.It
+It is specified using one of the following motion commands:
+.Aq Cm control-A ,
+.Cm ` Ns Aq Cm character ,
+.Cm n ,
+.Cm N ,
+.Cm % ,
+.Cm / ,
+.Cm { ,
+.Cm } ,
+.Cm \&( ,
+.Cm \&) ,
+and
+.Cm \&? .
+.El
+.Pp
+Before this copy is done, the previous contents of buffer
+.Sq 1
+are moved into buffer
+.Sq 2 ,
+.Sq 2
+into buffer
+.Sq 3 ,
+and so on.
+The contents of buffer
+.Sq 9
+are discarded.
+Note that this rotation occurs
+.Em regardless
+of the user specifying another buffer.
+In
+.Nm vi ,
+text may be explicitly stored into the numeric buffers.
+In this case, the buffer rotation occurs before the replacement of the buffer's
+contents.
+The numeric buffers are only available in
+.Nm vi
+mode.
+.Sh VI COMMANDS
The following section describes the commands available in the command
mode of the
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
editor.
-In each entry below, the tag line is a usage synopsis for the command
-character.
-.PP
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-A>"
+The following words have a special meaning in the commands description:
+.Pp
+.Bl -tag -width bigword -compact -offset 3u
+.It Ar bigword
+A set of non-whitespace characters.
+.It Ar buffer
+Temporary area where commands may place text.
+If not specified, the default buffer is used.
+See also
+.Sx BUFFERS ,
+above.
+.It Ar count
+A positive number used to specify the desired number of iterations
+of a command.
+It defaults to 1 if not specified.
+.It Ar motion
+A cursor movement command which indicates the other end of the affected region
+of text, the first being the current cursor position.
+Repeating the command character makes it affect the whole current line.
+.It Ar word
+A sequence of letters, digits or underscores.
+.El
+.Pp
+.Ar buffer
+and
+.Ar count ,
+if both present, may be specified in any order.
+.Ar motion
+and
+.Ar count ,
+if both present, are effectively multiplied together
+and considered part of the motion.
+.Pp
+.Bl -tag -width Ds -compact
+.It Xo
+.Aq Cm control-A
+.Xc
Search forward
-.I count
-times for the current word.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-B>"
+for the word starting at the cursor position.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-B
+.Xc
Page backwards
-.I count
+.Ar count
screens.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-D>"
+Two lines of overlap are maintained, if possible.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-D
+.Xc
Scroll forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-E>"
+If
+.Ar count
+is not given, scroll forward the number of lines specified by the last
+.Aq Cm control-D
+or
+.Aq Cm control-U
+command.
+If this is the first
+.Aq Cm control-D
+command, scroll half the number of lines in the current screen.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-E
+.Xc
Scroll forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines, leaving the current line and column as is, if possible.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-F>"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-F
+.Xc
Page forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
screens.
-.TP
-.B "<control-G>"
-Display the file information.
-.TP
-.B "<control-H>"
-.TP
-.B "[count] h"
+Two lines of overlap are maintained, if possible.
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-G
+Display the following file information:
+the file name
+.Pq as given to Nm vi ;
+whether the file has been modified since it was last written;
+if the file is read-only;
+the current line number;
+the total number of lines in the file;
+and the current line number as a percentage of the total lines in the file.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-H
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm h
+.Xc
Move the cursor back
-.I count
+.Ar count
characters in the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-J>"
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-N>"
-.TP
-.B "[count] j"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-J
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-N
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm j
+.Xc
Move the cursor down
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines without changing the current column.
-.TP
-.B "<control-L>"
-.TP
-.B "<control-R>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-L
+.It Aq Cm control-R
Repaint the screen.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-M>"
-.TP
-.B "[count] +"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-M
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm +
+.Xc
Move the cursor down
-.I count
-lines to the first nonblank character of that line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <control-P>"
-.TP
-.B "[count] k"
+.Ar count
+lines to the first non-blank character of that line.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-P
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm k
+.Xc
Move the cursor up
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines, without changing the current column.
-.TP
-.B "<control-T>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-T
Return to the most recent tag context.
-.TP
-.B "<control-U>"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-U
+.Xc
Scroll backwards
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines.
-.TP
-.B "<control-W>"
-Switch to the next lower screen in the window, or, to the first
-screen if there are no lower screens in the window.
-.TP
-.B "<control-Y>"
+If
+.Ar count
+is not given, scroll backwards the number of lines specified by the last
+.Aq Cm control-D
+or
+.Aq Cm control-U
+command.
+If this is the first
+.Aq Cm control-U
+command, scroll half the number of lines in the current screen.
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-W
+Switch to the next lower screen in the window,
+or to the first screen if there are no lower screens in the window.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm control-Y
+.Xc
Scroll backwards
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines, leaving the current line and column as is, if possible.
-.TP
-.B "<control-Z>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-Z
Suspend the current editor session.
-.TP
-.B "<escape>"
-Execute
-.I \&ex
-commands or cancel partial commands.
-.TP
-.B "<control-]>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm escape
+Execute the
+.Nm ex
+command being entered, or cancel it if it is only partial.
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-]
Push a tag reference onto the tag stack.
-.TP
-.B "<control-^>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-^
Switch to the most recently edited file.
-.TP
-.B "[count] <space>"
-.TP
-.B "[count] l"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Aq Cm space
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm l
+.Xc
Move the cursor forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
characters without changing the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] ! motion shell-argument(s)"
-Replace text with results from a shell command.
-.TP
-.B "[count] # #|+|-"
-Increment or decrement the cursor number.
-.TP
-.B "[count] $"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm !\&
+.Ar motion shell-argument(s)
+.Aq Li carriage-return
+.Xc
+Replace the lines spanned by
+.Ar count
+and
+.Ar motion
+with the output
+.Pq standard output and standard error
+of the program named by the
+.Cm shell
+option, called with a
+.Fl c
+flag followed by the
+.Ar shell-argument(s)
+.Pq bundled into a single argument .
+Within
+.Ar shell-argument(s) ,
+the
+.Sq % ,
+.Sq #
+and
+.Sq !\&
+characters are expanded to the current file name,
+the previous current file name,
+and the command text of the previous
+.Cm !\&
+or
+.Cm :!
+commands, respectively.
+The special meaning of
+.Sq % ,
+.Sq #
+and
+.Sq !\&
+can be overridden by escaping them with a backslash.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm #
+.Sm off
+.Cm # | + | -
+.Sm on
+.Xc
+Increment
+.Pq trailing So # Sc or So + Sc
+or decrement
+.Pq trailing Sq -
+the number under the cursor by
+.Ar count ,
+starting at the cursor position or at the first non-blank
+character following it.
+Numbers with a leading
+.Sq 0x
+or
+.Sq 0X
+are interpreted as hexadecimal numbers.
+Numbers with a leading
+.Sq 0
+are interpreted as octal numbers unless they contain a non-octal digit.
+Other numbers may be prefixed with a
+.Sq +
+or
+.Sq -
+sign.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm $
+.Xc
Move the cursor to the end of a line.
-.TP
-.B "%"
-Move to the matching character.
-.TP
-.B "&"
+If
+.Ar count
+is specified, additionally move the cursor down
+.Ar count
+\- 1 lines.
+.Pp
+.It Cm %
+Move to the
+.Cm matchchars
+character matching
+the one found at the cursor position or the closest to the right of it.
+.Pp
+.It Cm &
Repeat the previous substitution command on the current line.
-.TP
-.B "'<character>"
-.TP
-.B "`<character>"
-Return to a context marked by the character
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "[count] ("
-Back up
-.I count
-sentences.
-.TP
-.B "[count] )"
-Move forward
-.I count
-sentences.
-.TP
-.B "[count] ,"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm ' Ns Aq Ar character
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Cm ` Ns Aq Ar character
+.Xc
+Return to the cursor position marked by the character
+.Ar character ,
+or, if
+.Ar character
+is
+.Sq '
+or
+.Sq ` ,
+to the position of the cursor before the last of the following commands:
+.Aq Cm control-A ,
+.Aq Cm control-T ,
+.Aq Cm control-] ,
+.Cm % ,
+.Cm ' ,
+.Cm ` ,
+.Cm (\& ,
+.Cm )\& ,
+.Cm / ,
+.Cm ?\& ,
+.Cm G ,
+.Cm H ,
+.Cm L ,
+.Cm [[ ,
+.Cm ]] ,
+.Cm { ,
+.Cm } .
+The first form returns to the first non-blank character of the line marked by
+.Ar character .
+The second form returns to the line and column marked by
+.Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm \&(
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm \&)
+.Xc
+Move
+.Ar count
+sentences backward or forward, respectively.
+A sentence is an area of text that begins with the first nonblank character
+following the previous sentence, paragraph, or section
+boundary and continues until the next period, exclamation point,
+or question mark character, followed by any number of closing parentheses,
+brackets, double or single quote characters, followed by
+either an end-of-line or two whitespace characters.
+Groups of empty lines
+.Pq or lines containing only whitespace characters
+are treated as a single sentence.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm ,\&
+.Xc
Reverse find character
-.I count
+.Pq i.e., the last Cm F , f , T No or Cm t No command
+.Ar count
times.
-.TP
-.B "[count] -"
-Move to first nonblank of the previous line,
-.I count
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm -
+.Xc
+Move to the first non-blank character of the previous line,
+.Ar count
times.
-.TP
-.B "[count] ."
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm .\&
+.Xc
Repeat the last
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
command that modified text.
-.TP
-.B "/RE<carriage-return>"
-.TP
-.B "/RE/ [offset]<carriage-return>"
-.TP
-.B "?RE<carriage-return>"
-.TP
-.B "?RE? [offset]<carriage-return>"
-.TP
-.B "N"
-.TP
-.B "n"
-Search forward or backward for a regular expression.
-.TP
-.B "0"
+.Ar count
+replaces both the
+.Ar count
+argument of the repeated command and that of the associated
+.Ar motion .
+If the
+.Cm .\&
+command repeats the
+.Cm u
+command, the change log is rolled forward or backward, depending on the action
+of the
+.Cm u
+command.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Pf / Ns Ar RE
+.Aq Li carriage-return
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Pf / Ns Ar RE Ns /
+.Op Ar offset
+.Op Cm z
+.Aq Li carriage-return
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Pf ?\& Ns Ar RE
+.Aq Li carriage-return
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Pf ?\& Ns Ar RE Ns ?\&
+.Op Ar offset
+.Op Cm z
+.Aq Li carriage-return
+.Xc
+.It Cm N
+.It Cm n
+Search forward
+.Pq Sq /
+or backward
+.Pq Sq ?\&
+for a regular expression.
+.Cm n
+and
+.Cm N
+repeat the last search in the same or opposite directions, respectively.
+If
+.Ar RE
+is empty, the last search regular expression is used.
+If
+.Ar offset
+is specified, the cursor is placed
+.Ar offset
+lines before or after the matched regular expression.
+If either
+.Cm n
+or
+.Cm N
+commands are used as motion components for the
+.Cm !\&
+command, there will be no prompt for the text of the command and the previous
+.Cm !\&
+will be executed.
+Multiple search patterns may be grouped together by delimiting them with
+semicolons and zero or more whitespace characters.
+These patterns are evaluated from left to right with the final cursor position
+determined by the last search pattern.
+A
+.Cm z
+command may be appended to the closed search expressions to reposition the
+result line.
+.Pp
+.It Cm 0
Move to the first character in the current line.
-.TP
-.B ":"
-Execute an ex command.
-.TP
-.B "[count] ;"
+.Pp
+.It Cm :\&
+Execute an
+.Nm ex
+command.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm ;\&
+.Xc
Repeat the last character find
-.I count
+.Pq i.e., the last .Cm F , f , T No or Cm t No command
+.Ar count
times.
-.TP
-.B "[count] < motion"
-.TP
-.B "[count] > motion"
-Shift lines left or right.
-.TP
-.B "@ buffer"
-Execute a named buffer.
-.TP
-.B "[count] A"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm <
+.Ar motion
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm >
+.Ar motion
+.Xc
+Shift
+.Ar count
+lines left or right, respectively, by an amount of
+.Cm shiftwidth .
+.Pp
+.It Cm @ Ar buffer
+Execute a named
+.Ar buffer
+as
+.Nm vi
+commands.
+The buffer may include
+.Nm ex
+commands too, but they must be expressed as a
+.Cm \&:
+command.
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is
+.Sq @
+or
+.Sq * ,
+then the last buffer executed shall be used.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm A
+.Xc
Enter input mode, appending the text after the end of the line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] B"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given, the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+\- 1 times after input mode is exited.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm B
+.Xc
Move backwards
-.I count
+.Ar count
bigwords.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] C"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Cm C
+.Xc
Change text from the current position to the end-of-line.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] D"
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the deleted text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Cm D
+.Xc
Delete text from the current position to the end-of-line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] E"
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the deleted text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm E
+.Xc
Move forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
end-of-bigwords.
-.TP
-.B "[count] F <character>"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm F Aq Ar character
+.Xc
Search
-.I count
+.Ar count
times backward through the current line for
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "[count] G"
+.Aq Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm G
+.Xc
Move to line
-.IR count ,
+.Ar count ,
or the last line of the file if
-.I count
-not specified.
-.TP
-.B "[count] H"
+.Ar count
+is not specified.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm H
+.Xc
Move to the screen line
-.I "count - 1"
-lines below the top of the screen.
-.TP
-.B "[count] I"
+.Ar count
+\- 1 lines below the top of the screen.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm I
+.Xc
Enter input mode, inserting the text at the beginning of the line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] J"
-Join lines.
-.TP
-.B "[count] L"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given,
+the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+\- 1 more times.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm J
+.Xc
+Join
+.Ar count
+lines with the current line.
+The spacing between two joined lines is set to two whitespace characters if the
+former ends with a question mark, a period or an exclamation point.
+It is set to one whitespace character otherwise.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm L
+.Xc
Move to the screen line
-.I "count - 1"
-lines above the bottom of the screen.
-.TP
-.B " M"
+.Ar count
+\- 1 lines above the bottom of the screen.
+.Pp
+.It Cm M
Move to the screen line in the middle of the screen.
-.TP
-.B "[count] O"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm O
+.Xc
Enter input mode, appending text in a new line above the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] P"
-Insert text from a buffer.
-.TP
-.B "Q"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given,
+the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+\- 1 more times.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Cm P
+.Xc
+Insert text from
+.Ar buffer
+before the current column if
+.Ar buffer
+is character-oriented or before the current line if it is line-oriented.
+.Pp
+.It Cm Q
Exit
-.I \&vi
-(or visual) mode and switch to
-.I \&ex
+.Nm vi
+.Pq or visual
+mode and switch to
+.Nm ex
mode.
-.TP
-.B "[count] R"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm R
+.Xc
Enter input mode, replacing the characters in the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] S"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given,
+the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+\- 1 more times upon exit from insert mode.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm S
+.Xc
Substitute
-.I count
+.Ar count
lines.
-.TP
-.B "[count] T <character>"
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the deleted text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm T
+.Aq Ar character
+.Xc
Search backwards,
-.I count
-times,
-through the current line for the character
-.I after
-the specified
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "U"
-Restore the current line to its state before the cursor last
-moved to it.
-.TP
-.B "[count] W"
+.Ar count
+times, through the current line for the character after the specified
+.Aq Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Cm U
+Restore the current line to its state before the cursor last moved to it.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm W
+.Xc
Move forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
bigwords.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] X"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm X
+.Xc
Delete
-.I count
-characters before the cursor.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] Y"
-Copy (or ``yank'')
-.I count
-lines into the specified buffer.
-.TP
-.B "ZZ"
+.Ar count
+characters before the cursor, on the current line.
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the deleted text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm Y
+.Xc
+Copy
+.Pq or Dq yank
+.Ar count
+lines into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Cm ZZ
Write the file and exit
-.IR \&vi .
-.TP
-.B "[count] [["
+.Nm vi
+if there are no more files to edit.
+Entering two
+.Dq quit
+commands in a row ignores any remaining file to edit.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm [[
+.Xc
Back up
-.I count
+.Ar count
section boundaries.
-.TP
-.B "[count] ]]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm ]]
+.Xc
Move forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
section boundaries.
-.TP
-.B "\&^"
-Move to first nonblank character on the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] _"
+.Pp
+.It Cm ^
+Move to the first non-blank character on the current line.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm _
+.Xc
Move down
-.I "count - 1"
-lines, to the first nonblank character.
-.TP
-.B "[count] a"
+.Ar count
+\- 1 lines, to the first non-blank character.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm a
+.Xc
Enter input mode, appending the text after the cursor.
-.TP
-.B "[count] b"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given,
+the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+number of times.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm b
+.Xc
Move backwards
-.I count
+.Ar count
words.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] c motion"
-Change a region of text.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] d motion"
-Delete a region of text.
-.TP
-.B "[count] e"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm c
+.Ar motion
+.Xc
+Change the region of text described by
+.Ar count
+and
+.Ar motion .
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the changed text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm d
+.Ar motion
+.Xc
+Delete the region of text described by
+.Ar count
+and
+.Ar motion .
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the deleted text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm e
+.Xc
Move forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
end-of-words.
-.TP
-.B "[count] f<character>"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm f Aq Ar character
+.Xc
Search forward,
-.I count
+.Ar count
times, through the rest of the current line for
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "[count] i"
+.Aq Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm i
+.Xc
Enter input mode, inserting the text before the cursor.
-.TP
-.B "m <character>"
-Save the current context (line and column) as
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "[count] o"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given,
+the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+number of times.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm m
+.Aq Ar character
+.Xc
+Save the current context
+.Pq line and column
+as
+.Aq Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm o
+.Xc
Enter input mode, appending text in a new line under the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] p"
-Append text from a buffer.
-.TP
-.B "[count] r <character>"
+If a
+.Ar count
+argument is given,
+the characters input are repeated
+.Ar count
+\- 1 more times.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Cm p
+.Xc
+Append text from
+.Ar buffer .
+Text is appended after the current column if
+.Ar buffer
+is character oriented, or after the current line otherwise.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm r
+.Aq Ar character
+.Xc
Replace
-.I count
-characters.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] s"
+.Ar count
+characters with
+.Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm s
+.Xc
Substitute
-.I count
+.Ar count
characters in the current line starting with the current character.
-.TP
-.B "[count] t <character>"
+If
+.Ar buffer
+is specified,
+.Dq yank
+the substituted text into
+.Ar buffer .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm t
+.Aq Ar character
+.Xc
Search forward,
-.I count
-times, through the current line for the character immediately
-.I before
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "u"
+.Ar count
+times, through the current line for the character immediately before
+.Aq Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Cm u
Undo the last change made to the file.
-.TP
-.B "[count] w"
+If repeated, the
+.Cm u
+command alternates between these two states.
+The
+.Cm .\&
+command, when used immediately after
+.Cm u ,
+causes the change log to be rolled forward or backward, depending on the action
+of the
+.Cm u
+command.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm w
+.Xc
Move forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
words.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] x"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm x
+.Xc
Delete
-.I count
-characters.
-.TP
-.B "[buffer] [count] y motion"
-Copy (or ``yank'')
-a text region specified by the
-.I count
-and motion into a buffer.
-.TP
-.B "[count1] z [count2] -|.|+|^|<carriage-return>"
+.Ar count
+characters at the current cursor position, but no more than there are till the
+end of the line.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm y
+.Ar motion
+.Xc
+Copy
+.Pq or Dq yank
+a text region specified by
+.Ar count
+and
+.Ar motion
+into a buffer.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count1
+.Cm z
+.Op Ar count2
+.Cm type
+.Xc
Redraw, optionally repositioning and resizing the screen.
-.TP
-.B "[count] {"
+If
+.Ar count2
+is specified, limit the screen size to
+.Ar count2
+lines.
+The following
+.Cm type
+characters may be used:
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm +
+If
+.Ar count1
+is specified, place the line
+.Ar count1
+at the top of the screen.
+Otherwise, display the screen after the current screen.
+.It Aq Cm carriage-return
+Place the line
+.Ar count1
+at the top of the screen.
+.It Cm .\&
+Place the line
+.Ar count1
+in the center of the screen.
+.It Cm -
+Place the line
+.Ar count1
+at the bottom of the screen.
+.It Cm ^
+If
+.Ar count1
+is given,
+display the screen before the screen before
+.Ar count1
+.Pq i.e., 2 screens before .
+Otherwise, display the screen before the current screen.
+.El
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm {\&
+.Xc
Move backward
-.I count
+.Ar count
paragraphs.
-.TP
-.B "[count] |"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar column
+.Cm |\&
+.Xc
Move to a specific
-.I column
+.Ar column
position on the current line.
-.TP
-.B "[count] }"
+If
+.Ar column
+is omitted,
+move to the start of the current line.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm }\&
+.Xc
Move forward
-.I count
+.Ar count
paragraphs.
-.TP
-.B "[count] ~"
-Reverse the case of the next
-.I count
-character(s).
-.TP
-.B "[count] ~ motion"
-Reverse the case of the characters in a text region specified by the
-.I count
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar count
+.Cm ~
+.Ar motion
+.Xc
+If the
+.Cm tildeop
+option is not set, reverse the case of the next
+.Ar count
+character(s) and no
+.Ar motion
+can be specified.
+Otherwise
+.Ar motion
+is mandatory and
+.Cm ~
+reverses the case of the characters in a text region specified by the
+.Ar count
and
-.IR motion .
-.TP
-.B "<interrupt>"
+.Ar motion .
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm interrupt
Interrupt the current operation.
-.SH VI TEXT INPUT COMMANDS
-The following section describes the commands available in the text
-input mode of the
-.I \&vi
+The
+.Aq interrupt
+character is usually
+.Aq control-C .
+.El
+.Sh VI TEXT INPUT COMMANDS
+The following section describes the commands available in the text input mode
+of the
+.Nm vi
editor.
-.PP
-.TP
-.B "<nul>"
+.Pp
+.Bl -tag -width Ds -compact
+.It Aq Cm nul
Replay the previous input.
-.TP
-.B "<control-D>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-D
Erase to the previous
-.B shiftwidth
+.Ar shiftwidth
column boundary.
-.TP
-.B "^<control-D>"
+.Pp
+.It Cm ^ Ns Aq Cm control-D
Erase all of the autoindent characters, and reset the autoindent level.
-.TP
-.B "0<control-D>"
+.Pp
+.It Cm 0 Ns Aq Cm control-D
Erase all of the autoindent characters.
-.TP
-.B "<control-T>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-T
Insert sufficient
-.I <tab>
+.Aq tab
and
-.I <space>
+.Aq space
characters to move forward to the next
-.B shiftwidth
+.Ar shiftwidth
column boundary.
-.TP
-.B "<erase>
-.TP
-.B "<control-H>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm erase
+.It Aq Cm control-H
Erase the last character.
-.TP
-.B "<literal next>"
-Quote the next character.
-.TP
-.B "<escape>
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm literal next
+Escape the next character from any special meaning.
+The
+.Aq literal\ \&next
+character is usually
+.Aq control-V .
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm escape
Resolve all text input into the file, and return to command mode.
-.TP
-.B "<line erase>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm line erase
Erase the current line.
-.TP
-.B "<control-W>"
-.TP
-.B "<word erase>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm control-W
+.It Aq Cm word erase
Erase the last word.
The definition of word is dependent on the
-.B altwerase
+.Cm altwerase
and
-.B ttywerase
+.Cm ttywerase
options.
-.TP
-.B "<control-X>[0-9A-Fa-f]+"
+.Pp
+.Sm off
+.It Xo
+.Aq Cm control-X
+.Bq Cm 0-9A-Fa-f
+.Cm +
+.Xc
+.Sm on
Insert a character with the specified hexadecimal value into the text.
-.TP
-.B "<interrupt>"
+.Pp
+.It Aq Cm interrupt
Interrupt text input mode, returning to command mode.
-.SH EX COMMANDS
+The
+.Aq interrupt
+character is usually
+.Aq control-C .
+.El
+.Sh EX COMMANDS
The following section describes the commands available in the
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
editor.
In each entry below, the tag line is a usage synopsis for the command.
-.PP
-.TP
-.B "<end-of-file>"
+.Pp
+.Bl -tag -width Ds -compact
+.It Aq Cm end-of-file
Scroll the screen.
-.TP
-.B "! argument(s)"
-.TP
-.B "[range]! argument(s)"
+.Pp
+.It Cm !\& Ar argument(s)
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm !\&
+.Ar argument(s)
+.Xc
Execute a shell command, or filter lines through a shell command.
-.TP
-.B \&"
+.Pp
+.It Cm \&"
A comment.
-.TP
-.B "[range] nu[mber] [count] [flags]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] # [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm nu Ns Op Cm mber
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm #
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Display the selected lines, each preceded with its line number.
-.TP
-.B "@ buffer"
-.TP
-.B "* buffer"
+.Pp
+.It Cm @ Ar buffer
+.It Cm * Ar buffer
Execute a buffer.
-.TP
-.B "[line] a[ppend][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm < Ns Op Cm < ...
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+Shift lines left.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm =
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+Display the line number of
+.Ar line .
+If
+.Ar line
+is not specified, display the line number of the last line in the file.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm > Ns Op Cm > ...
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+Shift lines right.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm ab Ns Op Cm breviate
+.Ar lhs rhs
+.Xc
+.Nm vi
+only.
+Add
+.Ar lhs
+as an abbreviation for
+.Ar rhs
+to the abbreviation list.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm a Ns Op Cm ppend Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
The input text is appended after the specified line.
-.TP
-.B "[range] c[hange][!] [count]"
+.Pp
+.It Cm ar Ns Op Cm gs
+Display the argument list.
+.Pp
+.It Cm bg
+.Nm vi
+only.
+Background the current screen.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm c Ns Op Cm hange Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar count
+.Xc
The input text replaces the specified range.
-.TP
-.B "cs[cope] add | find | help | kill | reset"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm chd Ns Op Cm ir Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar directory
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Cm cd Ns Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar directory
+.Xc
+Change the current working directory.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm co Ns Op Cm py
+.Ar line
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm t
+.Ar line
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+Copy the specified lines after the destination
+.Ar line .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm cs Ns Op Cm cope
+.Cm add | find | help | kill | reset
+.Xc
Execute a Cscope command.
-.TP
-.B "[range] d[elete] [buffer] [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm d Ns Op Cm elete
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Delete the lines from the file.
-.TP
-.B "di[splay] b[uffers] | c[onnections] | s[creens] | t[ags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm di Ns Op Cm splay
+.Cm b Ns Oo Cm uffers Oc |
+.Cm c Ns Oo Cm onnections Oc |
+.Cm s Ns Oo Cm creens Oc |
+.Cm t Ns Op Cm ags
+.Xc
Display buffers, Cscope connections, screens or tags.
-.TP
-.B "[Ee][dit][!] [+cmd] [file]"
-.TP
-.B "[Ee]x[!] [+cmd] [file]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm Ee Ns
+.Op Cm dit Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar +cmd
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm Ee Ns
+.Cm x Ns Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar +cmd
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
Edit a different file.
-.TP
-.B "exu[sage] [command]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm exu Ns Op Cm sage
+.Op Ar command
+.Xc
Display usage for an
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
command.
-.TP
-.B "f[ile] [file]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm f Ns Op Cm ile
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
Display and optionally change the file name.
-.TP
-.B "[Ff]g [name]"
-.I \&Vi
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm Ff Ns
+.Cm g
+.Op Ar name
+.Xc
+.Nm vi
mode only.
Foreground the specified screen.
-.TP
-.B "[range] g[lobal] /pattern/ [commands]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] v /pattern/ [commands]"
-Apply commands to lines matching (or not matching) a pattern.
-.TP
-.B "he[lp]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm g Ns Op Cm lobal
+.No / Ns Ar pattern Ns /
+.Op Ar commands
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm v
+.No / Ns Ar pattern Ns /
+.Op Ar commands
+.Xc
+Apply commands to lines matching
+.Pq Sq global
+or not matching
+.Pq Sq v
+a pattern.
+.Pp
+.It Cm he Ns Op Cm lp
Display a help message.
-.TP
-.B "[line] i[nsert][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm i Ns Op Cm nsert Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
The input text is inserted before the specified line.
-.TP
-.B "[range] j[oin][!] [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm j Ns Op Cm oin Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Join lines of text together.
-.TP
-.B "[range] l[ist] [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm l Ns Op Cm ist
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Display the lines unambiguously.
-.TP
-.B "map[!] [lhs rhs]"
-Define or display maps (for
-.I \&vi
-only).
-.TP
-.B "[line] ma[rk] <character>"
-.TP
-.B "[line] k <character>"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm map Ns Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar lhs rhs
+.Xc
+Define or display maps
+.Pq for Nm vi No only .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm ma Ns Op Cm rk
+.Aq Ar character
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm k Aq Ar character
+.Xc
Mark the line with the mark
-.IR <character> .
-.TP
-.B "[range] m[ove] line"
+.Aq Ar character .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm m Ns Op Cm ove
+.Ar line
+.Xc
Move the specified lines after the target line.
-.TP
-.B "mk[exrc][!] file"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm mk Ns Op Cm exrc Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Ar file
+.Xc
Write the abbreviations, editor options and maps to the specified
-file.
-.TP
-.B "[Nn][ext][!] [file ...]"
+.Ar file .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm Nn Ns
+.Op Cm ext Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar
+.Xc
Edit the next file from the argument list.
-.TP
-.B "[line] o[pen] /pattern/ [flags]"
-Enter open mode.
-.TP
-.B "pre[serve]"
+.\" .Pp
+.\" .It Xo
+.\" .Op Ar line
+.\" .Cm o Ns Op Cm pen
+.\" .No / Ns Ar pattern Ns /
+.\" .Op Ar flags
+.\" .Xc
+.\" Enter open mode.
+.Pp
+.It Cm pre Ns Op Cm serve
Save the file in a form that can later be recovered using the
-.I \&ex
-.B \-r
+.Nm ex
+.Fl r
option.
-.TP
-.B "[Pp]rev[ious][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm \&Pp Ns
+.Cm rev Ns Op Cm ious Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
Edit the previous file from the argument list.
-.TP
-.B "[range] p[rint] [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm p Ns Op Cm rint
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Display the specified lines.
-.TP
-.B "[line] pu[t] [buffer]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm pu Ns Op Cm t
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Xc
Append buffer contents to the current line.
-.TP
-.B "q[uit][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm q Ns Op Cm uit Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
End the editing session.
-.TP
-.B "[line] r[ead][!] [file]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm r Ns Op Cm ead Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
Read a file.
-.TP
-.B "rec[over] file"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm rec Ns Op Cm over
+.Ar file
+.Xc
Recover
-.I file
+.Ar file
if it was previously saved.
-.TP
-.B "res[ize] [+|-]size"
-.I \&Vi
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm res Ns Op Cm ize
+.Op Cm + Ns | Ns Cm - Ns
+.Ar size
+.Xc
+.Nm vi
mode only.
Grow or shrink the current screen.
-.TP
-.B "rew[ind][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm rew Ns Op Cm ind Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
Rewind the argument list.
-.TP
-.B "se[t] [option[=[value]] ...] [nooption ...] [option? ...] [all]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm se Ns Op Cm t
+.Sm off
+.Op option Oo = Oo value Oc Oc \ \&...
+.Sm on
+.Pf \ \& Op nooption ...
+.Op option? ...
+.Op Ar all
+.Xc
Display or set editor options.
-.TP
-.B "sh[ell]"
+.Pp
+.It Cm sh Ns Op Cm ell
Run a shell program.
-.TP
-.B "so[urce] file"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm so Ns Op Cm urce
+.Ar file
+.Xc
Read and execute
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
commands from a file.
-.TP
-.B "[range] s[ubstitute] [/pattern/replace/] [options] [count] [flags]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] & [options] [count] [flags]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] ~ [options] [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm s Ns Op Cm ubstitute
+.Sm off
+.Op / Ar pattern No / Ar replace No /
+.Sm on
+.Pf \ \& Op Ar options
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm &
+.Op Ar options
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm ~
+.Op Ar options
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Make substitutions.
-.TP
-.B "su[spend][!]"
-.TP
-.B "st[op][!]"
-.TP
-.B <suspend>
+The
+.Ar replace
+field may contain any of the following sequences:
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Sq \*(Am
+The text matched by
+.Ar pattern .
+.It Sq \(a~
+The replacement part of the previous
+.Cm substitute
+command.
+.It Sq %
+If this is the entire
+.Ar replace
+pattern, the replacement part of the previous
+.Cm substitute
+command.
+.It Sq \e\(sh
+Where
+.Sq \(sh
+is an integer from 1 to 9, the text matched by the #'th subexpression in
+.Ar pattern .
+.It Sq \eL
+Causes the characters up to the end of the line of the next occurrence of
+.Sq \eE
+or
+.Sq \ee
+to be converted to lowercase.
+.It Sq \el
+Causes the next character to be converted to lowercase.
+.It Sq \eU
+Causes the characters up to the end of the line of the next occurrence of
+.Sq \eE
+or
+.Sq \ee
+to be converted to uppercase.
+.It Sq \eu
+Causes the next character to be converted to uppercase.
+.El
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm su Ns Op Cm spend Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Cm st Ns Op Cm op Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
+.It Aq Cm suspend
Suspend the edit session.
-.TP
-.B "[Tt]a[g][!] tagstring"
+The
+.Aq suspend
+character is usually
+.Aq control-Z .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm Tt Ns
+.Cm a Ns Op Cm g Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Ar tagstring
+.Xc
Edit the file containing the specified tag.
-.TP
-.B "tagn[ext][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm tagn Ns Op Cm ext Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
Edit the file containing the next context for the current tag.
-.TP
-.B "tagp[op][!] [file | number]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm tagp Ns Op Cm op Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar file | number
+.Xc
Pop to the specified tag in the tags stack.
-.TP
-.B "tagp[rev][!]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm tagpr Ns Op Cm ev Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
Edit the file containing the previous context for the current tag.
-.TP
-.B "unm[ap][!] lhs"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm tagt Ns Op Cm op Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Xc
+Pop to the least recent tag on the tags stack, clearing the stack.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm una Ns Op Cm bbreviate
+.Ar lhs
+.Xc
+.Nm vi
+only.
+Delete an abbreviation.
+.Pp
+.It Cm u Ns Op Cm ndo
+Undo the last change made to the file.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm unm Ns Op Cm ap Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Ar lhs
+.Xc
Unmap a mapped string.
-.TP
-.B "ve[rsion]"
+.Pp
+.It Cm ve Ns Op Cm rsion
Display the version of the
-.I \&ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
editor.
-.TP
-.B "[line] vi[sual] [type] [count] [flags]"
-.I \&Ex
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm vi Ns Op Cm sual
+.Op Ar type
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
+.Nm ex
mode only.
Enter
-.IR \&vi .
-.TP
-.B "[Vi]i[sual][!] [+cmd] [file]"
-.I \&Vi
+.Nm vi .
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Cm Vi Ns
+.Cm i Ns Op Cm sual Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar +cmd
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
+.Nm vi
mode only.
Edit a new file.
-.TP
-.B "viu[sage] [command]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Cm viu Ns Op Cm sage
+.Op Ar command
+.Xc
Display usage for a
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
command.
-.TP
-.B "[range] w[rite][!] [>>] [file]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] w[rite] [!] [file]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] wn[!] [>>] [file]"
-.TP
-.B "[range] wq[!] [>>] [file]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm w Ns Op Cm rite Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op >>
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm w Ns Op Cm rite
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm wn Ns Op Cm !\&
+.Op >>
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm wq Ns Op Cm !\&
+.Op >>
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
Write the file.
-.TP
-.B "[range] x[it][!] [file]"
-Write the file if it has been modified.
-.TP
-.B "[range] ya[nk] [buffer] [count]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm x Ns Op Cm it Ns
+.Op Cm !\&
+.Op Ar file
+.Xc
+Exit the editor,
+writing the file if it has been modified.
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar range
+.Cm ya Ns Op Cm nk
+.Op Ar buffer
+.Op Ar count
+.Xc
Copy the specified lines to a buffer.
-.TP
-.B "[line] z [type] [count] [flags]"
+.Pp
+.It Xo
+.Op Ar line
+.Cm z
+.Op Ar type
+.Op Ar count
+.Op Ar flags
+.Xc
Adjust the window.
-.SH SET OPTIONS
-There are a large number of options that may be set (or unset) to
-change the editor's behavior.
+.El
+.Sh SET OPTIONS
+There are a large number of options that may be set
+.Pq or unset
+to change the editor's behavior.
This section describes the options, their abbreviations and their
default values.
-.PP
+.Pp
In each entry below, the first part of the tag line is the full name
of the option, followed by any equivalent abbreviations.
The part in square brackets is the default value of the option.
-Most of the options are boolean, i.e. they are either on or off,
+Most of the options are boolean, i.e., they are either on or off,
and do not have an associated value.
-.PP
+.Pp
Options apply to both
-.I \&ex
+.Nm ex
and
-.I \&vi
+.Nm vi
modes, unless otherwise specified.
-.PP
-.TP
-.B "altwerase [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Cm altwerase Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Select an alternate word erase algorithm.
-.TP
-.B "autoindent, ai [off]"
+.It Cm autoindent , ai Bq off
Automatically indent new lines.
-.TP
-.B "autoprint, ap [off]"
-.I \&Ex
+.It Cm autoprint , ap Bq on
+.Nm ex
only.
Display the current line automatically.
-.TP
-.B "autowrite, aw [off]"
-Write modified files automatically when changing files.
-.\" I cannot get a double quote to print between the square brackets
-.\" to save my life. The ONLY way I've been able to get this to work
-.\" is with the .tr command.
-.tr Q"
-.ds ms backup [QQ]
-.TP
-.B "\*(ms"
-.tr QQ
-Backup files before they are overwritten.
-.TP
-.B "beautify, bf [off]"
+.It Cm autowrite , aw Bq off
+Write modified files automatically when changing files or suspending the editor
+session.
+.It Cm backup Bq \&"\&"
+Back up files before they are overwritten.
+.It Cm beautify , bf Bq off
Discard control characters.
-.TP
-.B "cdpath [environment variable CDPATH, or current directory]"
+.It Cm cdpath Bq "environment variable CDPATH, or current directory"
The directory paths used as path prefixes for the
-.B cd
+.Cm cd
command.
-.TP
-.B "cedit [no default]"
+.It Cm cedit Bq no default
Set the character to edit the colon command-line history.
-.TP
-.B "columns, co [80]"
+.It Cm columns , co Bq 80
Set the number of columns in the screen.
-.TP
-.B "comment [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm comment Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Skip leading comments in shell, C and C++ language files.
-.TP
-.B "directory, dir [environment variable TMPDIR, or /tmp]"
+.It Cm directory , dir Bq "environment variable TMPDIR, or /tmp"
The directory where temporary files are created.
-.TP
-.B "edcompatible, ed [off]"
-Remember the values of the ``c'' and ``g'' suffices to the
-.B substitute
-commands, instead of initializing them as unset for each new
-command.
-.TP
-.B "errorbells, eb [off]"
-.I \&Ex
+.It Cm edcompatible , ed Bq off
+Remember the values of the
+.Sq c
+and
+.Sq g
+suffixes to the
+.Cm substitute
+commands, instead of initializing them as unset for each new command.
+.It Cm errorbells , eb Bq off
+.Nm ex
only.
Announce error messages with a bell.
-.TP
-.B "exrc, ex [off]"
+.It Cm escapetime Bq 1
+The tenths of a second
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
+waits for a subsequent key to complete an
+.Aq escape
+key mapping.
+.It Cm exrc , ex Bq off
Read the startup files in the local directory.
-.TP
-.B "extended [off]"
-Regular expressions are extended (i.e.
-.IR egrep (1)\-\c
-style) expressions.
-.TP
-.B "filec [<tab>]"
-Set the character to perform file path completion on the colon
-command line.
-.TP
-.B "fileencoding, fe [auto detect]"
+.It Cm extended Bq off
+Use extended regular expressions
+.Pq EREs
+rather than basic regular expressions
+.Pq BREs .
+See
+.Xr re_format 7
+for more information on regular expressions.
+.It Cm filec Bq Aq tab
+Set the character to perform file path completion on the colon command line.
+.It Cm fileencoding , fe Bq auto detect
Set the encoding of the current file.
-.TP
-.B "flash [on]"
+.It Cm flash Bq on
Flash the screen instead of beeping the keyboard on error.
-.TP
-.B "hardtabs, ht [8]"
+.It Cm hardtabs, ht Bq 0
Set the spacing between hardware tab settings.
-.TP
-.B "iclower [off]"
-Makes all Regular Expressions case-insensitive,
+This option currently has no effect.
+.It Cm iclower Bq off
+Makes all regular expressions case-insensitive,
as long as an upper-case letter does not appear in the search string.
-.TP
-.B "ignorecase, ic [off]"
+.It Cm ignorecase , ic Bq off
Ignore case differences in regular expressions.
-.TP
-.B "inputencoding, ie [locale]"
+.It Cm inputencoding , ie Bq locale
Set the encoding of your input characters.
-.TP
-.B "keytime [6]"
-The 10th's of a second
-.I ex/vi
+.It Cm keytime Bq 6
+The tenths of a second
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
waits for a subsequent key to complete a key mapping.
-.TP
-.B "leftright [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm leftright Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Do left-right scrolling.
-.TP
-.B "lines, li [24]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm lines , li Bq 24
+.Nm vi
only.
Set the number of lines in the screen.
-.TP
-.B "lisp [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm lisp Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Modify various search commands and options to work with Lisp.
-.I "This option is not yet implemented."
-.TP
-.B "list [off]"
+This option is not yet implemented.
+.It Cm list Bq off
Display lines in an unambiguous fashion.
-.TP
-.B "lock [on]"
-Attempt to get an exclusive lock on any file being edited,
-read or written.
-.TP
-.B "magic [on]"
-Treat certain characters specially in regular expressions.
-.TP
-.B "matchchars [[]{}()]"
+.It Cm lock Bq on
+Attempt to get an exclusive lock on any file being edited, read or written.
+.It Cm magic Bq on
+When turned off, all regular expression characters except for
+.Sq \(ha
+and
+.Sq \(Do
+are treated as ordinary characters.
+Preceding individual characters by
+.Sq \e
+re-enables them.
+.It Cm matchchars Bq []{}()
Character pairs looked for by the
-.B %
+.Cm %
command.
-.TP
-.B "matchtime [7]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm matchtime Bq 7
+.Nm vi
only.
-The 10th's of a second
-.I ex/vi
+The tenths of a second
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
pauses on the matching character when the
-.B showmatch
+.Cm showmatch
option is set.
-.TP
-.B "mesg [on]"
+.It Cm mesg Bq on
Permit messages from other users.
-.TP
-.B "modelines, modeline [off]"
+.It Cm msgcat Bq /usr/share/vi/catalog/
+Selects a message catalog to be used to display error and informational
+messages in a specified language.
+.It Cm modelines , modeline Bq off
Read the first and last few lines of each file for
-.I ex
+.Nm ex
commands.
-.I "This option will never be implemented."
-.\" I cannot get a double quote to print between the square brackets
-.\" to save my life. The ONLY way I've been able to get this to work
-.\" is with the .tr command.
-.tr Q"
-.ds ms noprint [QQ]
-.TP
-.B "\*(ms"
-.tr QQ
+This option will never be implemented.
+.It Cm noprint Bq \&"\&"
Characters that are never handled as printable characters.
-.TP
-.B "number, nu [off]"
+.It Cm number , nu Bq off
Precede each line displayed with its current line number.
-.TP
-.B "octal [off]"
+.It Cm octal Bq off
Display unknown characters as octal numbers, instead of the default
hexadecimal.
-.TP
-.B "open [on]"
-.I \&Ex
+.It Cm open Bq on
+.Nm ex
only.
If this option is not set, the
-.B open
+.Cm open
and
-.B visual
+.Cm visual
commands are disallowed.
-.TP
-.B "optimize, opt [on]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm optimize , opt Bq on
+.Nm vi
only.
Optimize text throughput to dumb terminals.
-.I "This option is not yet implemented."
-.TP
-.B "paragraphs, para [IPLPPPQPP LIpplpipbp]"
-.I \&Vi
+This option is not yet implemented.
+.It Cm paragraphs , para Bq "IPLPPPQPP LIpplpipbp"
+.Nm vi
only.
Define additional paragraph boundaries for the
-.B \&{
+.Cm {\&
and
-.B \&}
+.Cm }\&
commands.
-.TP
-.B "path []"
+.It Cm path Bq \&"\&"
Define additional directories to search for files being edited.
-.\" I cannot get a double quote to print between the square brackets
-.\" to save my life. The ONLY way I've been able to get this to work
-.\" is with the .tr command.
-.tr Q"
-.ds ms print [QQ]
-.TP
-.B "\*(ms"
-.tr QQ
+.It Cm print Bq \&"\&"
Characters that are always handled as printable characters.
-.TP
-.B "prompt [on]"
-.I \&Ex
+.It Cm prompt Bq on
+.Nm ex
only.
Display a command prompt.
-.TP
-.B "readonly, ro [off]"
+.It Cm readonly , ro Bq off
Mark the file and session as read-only.
-.TP
-.B "recdir [/var/tmp/vi.recover]"
+.It Cm recdir Bq /var/tmp/vi.recover
The directory where recovery files are stored.
-.TP
-.B "redraw, re [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm redraw , re Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Simulate an intelligent terminal on a dumb one.
-.I "This option is not yet implemented."
-.TP
-.B "remap [on]"
+This option is not yet implemented.
+.It Cm remap Bq on
Remap keys until resolved.
-.TP
-.B "report [5]"
-Set the number of lines about which the editor reports changes
-or yanks.
-.TP
-.B "ruler [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm report Bq 5
+Set the number of lines about which the editor reports changes or yanks.
+.It Cm ruler Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Display a row/column ruler on the colon command line.
-.TP
-.B "scroll, scr [window / 2]"
+.It Cm scroll , scr Bq "window size / 2"
Set the number of lines scrolled.
-.TP
-.B "searchincr [off]"
+.It Cm searchincr Bq off
Makes the
-.B \&/
+.Cm /
and
-.B \&?
+.Cm ?\&
commands incremental.
-.TP
-.B "sections, sect [NHSHH HUnhsh]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm sections , sect Bq "NHSHH HUnhsh"
+.Nm vi
only.
Define additional section boundaries for the
-.B \&[[
+.Cm [[
and
-.B \&]]
+.Cm ]]
commands.
-.TP
-.B "secure [off]"
+.It Cm secure Bq off
Turns off all access to external programs.
-.TP
-.B "shell, sh [environment variable SHELL, or /bin/sh]"
+.It Cm shell , sh Bq "environment variable SHELL, or /bin/sh"
Select the shell used by the editor.
-.\" I cannot get a double quote to print between the square brackets
-.\" to save my life. The ONLY way I've been able to get this to work
-.\" is with the .tr command.
-.tr Q"
-.ds ms shellmeta [~{[*?$`'Q\e]
-.TP
-.B "\*(ms"
-.tr QQ
+.It Cm shellmeta Bq ~{[*?$`'\&"\e
Set the meta characters checked to determine if file name expansion
is necessary.
-.TP
-.B "shiftwidth, sw [8]"
+.It Cm shiftwidth , sw Bq 8
Set the autoindent and shift command indentation width.
-.TP
-.B "showmatch, sm [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm showmatch , sm Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Note the left matching characters when the right ones are inserted.
-.TP
-.B "showmode, smd [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm showmode , smd Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
-Display the current editor mode and a ``modified'' flag.
-.TP
-.B "sidescroll [16]"
-.I \&Vi
+Display the current editor mode and a
+.Dq modified
+flag.
+.It Cm sidescroll Bq 16
+.Nm vi
only.
Set the amount a left-right scroll will shift.
-.TP
-.B "slowopen, slow [off]"
+.It Cm slowopen , slow Bq off
Delay display updating during text input.
-.I "This option is not yet implemented."
-.TP
-.B "sourceany [off]"
+This option is not yet implemented.
+.It Cm sourceany Bq off
Read startup files not owned by the current user.
-.I "This option will never be implemented."
-.TP
-.B "tabstop, ts [8]"
+This option will never be implemented.
+.It Cm tabstop , ts Bq 8
This option sets tab widths for the editor display.
-.TP
-.B "taglength, tl [0]"
+.It Cm taglength , tl Bq 0
Set the number of significant characters in tag names.
-.TP
-.B "tags, tag [tags /var/db/libc.tags /sys/kern/tags]"
+.It Cm tags , tag Bq tags
Set the list of tags files.
-.TP
-.B "term, ttytype, tty [environment variable TERM]"
+.It Xo
+.Cm term , ttytype , tty
+.Bq "environment variable TERM"
+.Xc
Set the terminal type.
-.TP
-.B "terse [off]"
+.It Cm terse Bq off
This option has historically made editor messages less verbose.
It has no effect in this implementation.
-.TP
-.B "tildeop [off]"
+.It Cm tildeop Bq off
Modify the
-.B \&~
+.Cm ~
command to take an associated motion.
-.TP
-.B "timeout, to [on]"
+.It Cm timeout , to Bq on
Time out on keys which may be mapped.
-.TP
-.B "ttywerase [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm ttywerase Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Select an alternate erase algorithm.
-.TP
-.B "verbose [off]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm verbose Bq off
+.Nm vi
only.
Display an error message for every error.
-.TP
-.B "w300 [no default]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm w300 Bq no default
+.Nm vi
only.
Set the window size if the baud rate is less than 1200 baud.
-.TP
-.B "w1200 [no default]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm w1200 Bq no default
+.Nm vi
only.
Set the window size if the baud rate is equal to 1200 baud.
-.TP
-.B "w9600 [no default]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm w9600 Bq no default
+.Nm vi
only.
Set the window size if the baud rate is greater than 1200 baud.
-.TP
-.B "warn [on]"
-.I \&Ex
+.It Cm warn Bq on
+.Nm ex
only.
-This option causes a warning message to the terminal if the file has
-been modified, since it was last written, before a
-.B \&!
+This option causes a warning message to be printed on the terminal
+if the file has been modified since it was last written, before a
+.Cm !\&
command.
-.TP
-.B "window, w, wi [environment variable LINES]"
+.It Xo
+.Cm window , w , wi
+.Bq "environment variable LINES \- 1"
+.Xc
Set the window size for the screen.
-.TP
-.B "windowname [off]"
+.It Cm windowname Bq off
Change the icon/window name to the current file name.
-.TP
-.B "wraplen, wl [0]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm wraplen , wl Bq 0
+.Nm vi
only.
-Break lines automatically, the specified number of columns from the
-left-hand margin.
+Break lines automatically,
+the specified number of columns from the left-hand margin.
If both the
-.B wraplen
+.Cm wraplen
and
-.B wrapmargin
+.Cm wrapmargin
edit options are set, the
-.B wrapmargin
+.Cm wrapmargin
value is used.
-.TP
-.B "wrapmargin, wm [0]"
-.I \&Vi
+.It Cm wrapmargin , wm Bq 0
+.Nm vi
only.
-Break lines automatically, the specified number of columns from the
-right-hand margin.
+Break lines automatically,
+the specified number of columns from the right-hand margin.
If both the
-.B wraplen
+.Cm wraplen
and
-.B wrapmargin
+.Cm wrapmargin
edit options are set, the
-.B wrapmargin
+.Cm wrapmargin
value is used.
-.TP
-.B "wrapscan, ws [on]"
+.It Cm wrapscan , ws Bq on
Set searches to wrap around the end or beginning of the file.
-.TP
-.B "writeany, wa [off]"
+.It Cm writeany , wa Bq off
Turn off file-overwriting checks.
-.SH ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
-.TP
-.I COLUMNS
+.El
+.Sh ENVIRONMENT
+.Bl -tag -width "COLUMNS"
+.It Ev COLUMNS
The number of columns on the screen.
This value overrides any system or terminal specific values.
If the
-.I COLUMNS
+.Ev COLUMNS
environment variable is not set when
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
runs, or the
-.B columns
+.Cm columns
option is explicitly reset by the user,
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
enters the value into the environment.
-.TP
-.I EXINIT
+.It Ev EXINIT
A list of
-.I \&ex
-startup commands, read if the variable
-.I NEXINIT
-is not set.
-.TP
-.I HOME
-The user's home directory, used as the initial directory path
-for the startup ``$\fIHOME\fP/.nexrc'' and ``$\fIHOME\fP/.exrc''
+.Nm ex
+startup commands, read after
+.Pa /etc/vi.exrc
+unless the variable
+.Ev NEXINIT
+is also set.
+.It Ev HOME
+The user's home directory, used as the initial directory path for the startup
+.Pa $HOME/.nexrc
+and
+.Pa $HOME/.exrc
files.
This value is also used as the default directory for the
-.I \&vi
-.B \&cd
+.Cm cd
command.
-.TP
-.I LINES
+.It Ev LINES
The number of rows on the screen.
This value overrides any system or terminal specific values.
If the
-.I LINES
+.Ev LINES
environment variable is not set when
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
runs, or the
-.B lines
+.Cm lines
option is explicitly reset by the user,
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
enters the value into the environment.
-.TP
-.I NEXINIT
+.It Ev NEXINIT
A list of
-.I \&ex
-startup commands.
-.TP
-.I SHELL
-The user's shell of choice (see also the
-.B shell
-option).
-.TP
-.I TERM
+.Nm ex
+startup commands, read after
+.Pa /etc/vi.exrc .
+.It Ev SHELL
+The user's shell of choice
+.Pq see also the Cm shell No option .
+.It Ev TERM
The user's terminal type.
-The default is the type ``unknown''.
+The default is the type
+.Dq unknown .
If the
-.I TERM
+.Ev TERM
environment variable is not set when
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
runs, or the
-.B term
+.Cm term
option is explicitly reset by the user,
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
enters the value into the environment.
-.TP
-.I TMPDIR
-The location used to stored temporary files (see also the
-.B directory
-edit option).
-.SH ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS
-.TP
-SIGALRM
-.I \&Vi/ex
-uses this signal for periodic backups of file modifications and to
-display ``busy'' messages when operations are likely to take a long time.
-.TP
-SIGHUP
-.TP
-SIGTERM
-If the current buffer has changed since it was last written in its
-entirety, the editor attempts to save the modified file so it can
-be later recovered.
+.It Ev TMPDIR
+The location used to store temporary files
+.Pq see also the Cm directory No edit option .
+.El
+.Sh ASYNCHRONOUS EVENTS
+.Bl -tag -width "SIGWINCH" -compact
+.It Dv SIGALRM
+.Nm vi Ns / Ns Nm ex
+uses this signal for periodic backups of file modifications and to display
+.Dq busy
+messages when operations are likely to take a long time.
+.Pp
+.It Dv SIGHUP
+.It Dv SIGTERM
+If the current buffer has changed since it was last written in its entirety,
+the editor attempts to save the modified file so it can be later recovered.
See the
-.I \&vi/ex
-Reference manual section entitled ``Recovery'' for more information.
-.TP
-SIGINT
-When an interrupt occurs,
-the current operation is halted,
+.Nm vi Ns / Ns Nm ex
+reference manual section
+.Sx Recovery
+for more information.
+.Pp
+.It Dv SIGINT
+When an interrupt occurs, the current operation is halted
and the editor returns to the command level.
If interrupted during text input,
the text already input is resolved into the file as if the text
input had been normally terminated.
-.TP
-SIGWINCH
+.Pp
+.It Dv SIGWINCH
The screen is resized.
See the
-.I \&vi/ex
-Reference manual section entitled ``Sizing the Screen'' for more information.
-.TP
-SIGCONT
-.TP
-SIGQUIT
-.TP
-SIGTSTP
-.I \&Vi/ex
-ignores these signals.
-.SH FILES
-.TP
-/bin/sh
+.Nm vi Ns / Ns Nm ex
+reference manual section
+.Sx Sizing the Screen
+for more information.
+.\" .Pp
+.\" .It Dv SIGCONT
+.\" .It Dv SIGTSTP
+.\" .Nm vi Ns / Ns Nm ex
+.\" ignores these signals.
+.El
+.Sh FILES
+.Bl -tag -width "/var/tmp/vi.recover"
+.It Pa /bin/sh
The default user shell.
-.TP
-/etc/vi.exrc
-System-wide vi startup file.
-.TP
-/tmp
+.It Pa /etc/vi.exrc
+System-wide
+.Nm vi
+startup file.
+It is read for
+.Nm ex
+commands first in the startup sequence.
+Must be owned by root or the user,
+and writable only by the owner.
+.It Pa /tmp
Temporary file directory.
-.TP
-/var/tmp/vi.recover
+.It Pa /var/tmp/vi.recover
The default recovery file directory.
-.TP
-$HOME/.nexrc
-1st choice for user's home directory startup file.
-.TP
-$HOME/.exrc
-2nd choice for user's home directory startup file.
-.TP
-\&.nexrc
-1st choice for local directory startup file.
-.TP
-\&.exrc
-2nd choice for local directory startup file.
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.IR ctags (1),
-.IR iconv (1),
-.IR more (1),
-.IR curses (3),
-.IR dbopen (3)
-.sp
-``UNIX User's Manual Supplementary Documents: Text Editing''.
-.SH HISTORY
+.It Pa $HOME/.nexrc
+First choice for user's home directory startup file, read for
+.Nm ex
+commands right after
+.Pa /etc/vi.exrc
+unless either
+.Ev NEXINIT
+or
+.Ev EXINIT
+are set.
+Must be owned by root or the user,
+and writable only by the owner.
+.It Pa $HOME/.exrc
+Second choice for user's home directory startup file, read for
+.Nm ex
+commands under the same conditions as
+.Pa $HOME/.nexrc .
+.It Pa .nexrc
+First choice for local directory startup file, read for
+.Nm ex
+commands at the end of the startup sequence if the
+.Cm exrc
+option was turned on earlier.
+Must be owned by the user
+and writable only by the owner.
+.It Pa .exrc
+Second choice for local directory startup file, read for
+.Nm ex
+commands under the same conditions as
+.Pa .nexrc .
+.El
+.Sh EXIT STATUS
The
-.I nex/nvi
-replacements for the
-.I ex/vi
-editor first appeared in 4.4BSD.
-.SH STANDARDS
-.I \&Nex/nvi
-is close to IEEE Std1003.2 (``POSIX'').
+.Nm ex
+and
+.Nm vi
+utilities exit 0 on success,
+and \*(Gt0 if an error occurs.
+.Sh SEE ALSO
+.Xr ctags 1 ,
+.Xr iconv 1 ,
+.Xr re_format 7
+.Sh STANDARDS
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
+is close to
+.St -p1003.1-2008 .
That document differs from historical
-.I ex/vi
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
practice in several places; there are changes to be made on both sides.
+.Sh HISTORY
+The
+.Nm ex
+editor first appeared in
+.Bx 1 .
+The
+.Nm nex Ns / Ns Nm nvi
+replacements for the
+.Nm ex Ns / Ns Nm vi
+editor first appeared in
+.Bx 4.4 .
+.Sh AUTHORS
+.An Bill Joy
+wrote the original version of
+.Nm ex
+in 1977.
diff --git a/ex/ex_print.c b/ex/ex_print.c
index 2c9208aa6729..5903e9711ee5 100644
--- a/ex/ex_print.c
+++ b/ex/ex_print.c
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
#include "config.h"
#ifndef lint
-static const char sccsid[] = "$Id: ex_print.c,v 10.25 2011/12/12 22:12:20 zy Exp $";
+static const char sccsid[] = "$Id: ex_print.c,v 10.26 2013/11/02 02:11:07 zy Exp $";
#endif /* not lint */
#include <sys/types.h>
@@ -213,7 +213,7 @@ ex_prchars(SCR *sp, const CHAR_T *p, size_t *colp, size_t len,
gp = sp->gp;
ts = O_VAL(sp, O_TABSTOP);
for (col = *colp; len--;)
- if ((ch = *p++) == '\t' && !LF_ISSET(E_C_LIST))
+ if ((ch = *p++) == L('\t') && !LF_ISSET(E_C_LIST))
for (tlen = ts - col % ts;
col < sp->cols && tlen--; ++col) {
(void)ex_printf(sp,
@@ -223,21 +223,32 @@ ex_prchars(SCR *sp, const CHAR_T *p, size_t *colp, size_t len,
}
else {
kp = KEY_NAME(sp, ch);
- tlen = KEY_LEN(sp, ch);
- if (!repeatc && col + tlen < sp->cols) {
+ tlen = KEY_COL(sp, ch);
+
+ /*
+ * Start a new line if the last character does not fit
+ * into the current line. The implicit new lines are
+ * not interruptible.
+ */
+ if (col + tlen > sp->cols) {
+ col = 0;
+ (void)ex_puts(sp, "\n");
+ }
+
+ col += tlen;
+ if (!repeatc) {
(void)ex_puts(sp, kp);
- col += tlen;
- } else
- for (; tlen--; ++kp, ++col) {
- if (col == sp->cols) {
- col = 0;
- (void)ex_puts(sp, "\n");
- }
- (void)ex_printf(sp,
- "%c", repeatc ? repeatc : *kp);
- if (INTERRUPTED(sp))
- goto intr;
- }
+ if (INTERRUPTED(sp))
+ goto intr;
+ } else while (tlen--) {
+ (void)ex_printf(sp, "%c", repeatc);
+ if (INTERRUPTED(sp))
+ goto intr;
+ }
+ if (col == sp->cols) {
+ col = 0;
+ (void)ex_puts(sp, "\n");
+ }
}
intr: *colp = col;
return (0);
diff --git a/vi/v_txt.c b/vi/v_txt.c
index e81e34880e2b..1348b278979b 100644
--- a/vi/v_txt.c
+++ b/vi/v_txt.c
@@ -295,7 +295,8 @@ v_txt(
tiqh = sp->tiq;
if (!TAILQ_EMPTY(tiqh)) {
tp = TAILQ_FIRST(tiqh);
- if (TAILQ_NEXT(tp, q) != NULL || tp->lb_len < len + 32) {
+ if (TAILQ_NEXT(tp, q) != NULL ||
+ tp->lb_len < (len + 32) * sizeof(CHAR_T)) {
text_lfree(tiqh);
goto newtp;
}
diff --git a/vi/vs_refresh.c b/vi/vs_refresh.c
index 98b66c492d1f..8343b8041c29 100644
--- a/vi/vs_refresh.c
+++ b/vi/vs_refresh.c
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
#include "config.h"
#ifndef lint
-static const char sccsid[] = "$Id: vs_refresh.c,v 10.52 2011/12/16 11:06:25 zy Exp $";
+static const char sccsid[] = "$Id: vs_refresh.c,v 10.53 2013/11/01 11:57:36 zy Exp $";
#endif /* not lint */
#include <sys/types.h>
@@ -331,7 +331,8 @@ small_fill: (void)gp->scr_move(sp, LASTLINE(sp), 0);
if (vs_sm_1down(sp))
return (1);
goto adjust;
- }
+ } else
+ goto top; /* XXX No such line. */
/*
* If less than a half screen from the bottom of the file,