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Evil paste behaviour
I'm noticing odd behaviour when I select some text with control-space and use p to paste -- in that the paste is done after the cursor character, rather than on the next line. Is that intentional, configurable, or a bug? This is evil from git.
For example, if my buffer is
When I copy the first two lines (cursor on 'o', C-space, jj, M-w) and paste with the cursor on 'f' of the last line, then the result is
If I use 2yy to copy the lines then the paste works as expected.
My .emacs contains minimal evil configuration, but removing it makes no difference.
(setq evil-cross-lines t
(define-key evil-normal-state-map "\C-w" 'evil-delete)
(define-key evil-insert-state-map "\C-w" 'evil-delete)
(define-key evil-visual-state-map "\C-w" 'evil-delete)