test1.in   [plain text]



First a simple test to check if the test script works.

If Vim was not compiled with the +eval feature, the small.vim script will be
set to copy the test.ok file to test.out, so that it looks like the test
succeeded.  Otherwise an empty small.vim is written.  small.vim is sourced by
tests that require the +eval feature or other features that are missing in the
small version.

If Vim was not compiled with the +windows feature, the tiny.vim script will be
set like small.vim above.  tiny.vim is sourced by tests that require the
+windows feature or other features that are missing in the tiny version.

If Vim was not compiled with the +multi_byte feature, the mbyte.vim script will be set like small.vim above.  mbyte.vim is sourced by tests that require the
+multi_byte feature.

STARTTEST
:" Write a single line to test.out to check if testing works at all.
:%d
athis is a test:w! test.out
:" Create small.vim and tiny.vim empty, create mbyte.vim to skip the test.
0D:w! small.vim
:w! tiny.vim
ae! test.ok
w! test.out
qa!
:w! mbyte.vim
:" If +multi_byte feature supported, make mbyte.vim empty.
:if has("multi_byte") | sp another | w! mbyte.vim | q | endif
:" If +eval feature supported quit here, leaving tiny.vim and small.vim empty.
:" Otherwise write small.vim to skip the test.
:if 1 | q! | endif
:w! small.vim
:" If +windows feature not supported :sp will fail and tiny.vim will be
:" written to skip the test.
:sp another
:wq! tiny.vim
:qa!
ENDTEST