Anthony Scemama February 2016

OCaml Syntax file for vim : '#' and '*' search

I use Vim as a text editor and when I am in an OCaml source code, if I have something like this:

MyModule.my_function

if I put the cursor somewhere on MyModule and I press the # or the * key, Vim is going to search for MyModule.my_function, but I would like it to search only for MyModule. And if I put the cursor on my_function, I would like it to search only for my_function.

Is there a simple way to do it? I couldn't identify the regexp in the vim syntax file...

Thanks in advance,

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dlmeetei February 2016

What does your :set iskeyword? prints. If there is . included.

Please remove it using :set iskeyword-=.

Hope this fixes the issue. If so, You might like to add it in ~/.vimrc

More details at :h iskeyword

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