[Vim-vms] VFC files truncated
Jansen of Lorkeers, Richard
JansenofLorkeersR at vredestein.com
Thu Sep 27 11:38:14 CEST 2007
Right but when I open this file with another editor the file does not
Van: vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com
[mailto:vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com]Namens Zoltan Arpadffy
Verzonden: donderdag 27 september 2007 10:21
Aan: vim-vms at polarhome.com
Onderwerp: Re: [Vim-vms] VFC files truncated
no... on Richard's example Vim behaves well
RMS FILE ATTRIBUTES
File Organization: sequential
Record Format: stream-LF
Record Attributes: carriage-return
Maximum Record Size: 0
Longest Record: 0
Blocks Allocated: 275, Default Extend Size: 16384
End-of-File VBN: 160, Offset: %X'01BA'
File Monitoring: disabled
Global Buffer Count: 0
But Samuels VFC file is really truncatted :(
Today I have some spare time... I'll check right away.
Quoting "Jansen of Lorkeers, Richard" <JansenofLorkeersR at vredestein.com>:
> I also have the same problem with rpa files. There are Carriage Return
> I attached a example
> Best regards,
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com
> [mailto:vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com]Namens Zoltan Arpadffy
> Verzonden: donderdag 13 september 2007 22:14
> Aan: 'Vim text editor list on OpenVMS'
> Onderwerp: Re: [Vim-vms] VFC files truncated
> I thought that this problem had been already resolved...
> Please, zip an example file on VMS and send me the zipped archive in order
> to investigate closer this issue.
> Thank you.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com [mailto:vim-vms-bounces at polarhome.com]
> On Behalf Of Samuel Ferencik
> Sent: den 13 september 2007 16:35
> To: vim-vms at polarhome.com
> Subject: [Vim-vms] VFC files truncated
> this topic may have been discussed before, the following discussions are
> the closest I've found:
> http://lists.samba.org/archive/samba-vms/2004-July/001133.html (a
> slightly different context)
> My problem is with viewing VFC files with vim on VMS (Alpha). When I
> open a file with this organisation, the file is truncated at a seemingly
> arbitrary position. There is nothing special there, no EOL, no special
> character. With native VMS editors the file is displayed correctly
> I can provide a sample file upon request.
> Thanks very much for your help.
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