[ANN] Vim Plugin 0.7.3

New Features
- Added support for digraphs. Currently you can use Ctrl-k to enter a special character. This works while in Insert/Replace mode, as an argument to the r, F, T, f, and t commands, or while entering an ex command. The :digraphs command has been added to display the currently supported digraphs. Certain special cases of the Ctrl-K sequence are not supported. This supports all two character digraphs as listed in RFC1345. This amounts to 1,338 digraphs! Ensure the file encoding can handle the characters you enter. - Added support for the 'digraph' option. If set, digraphs may be entered using . This works in Insert/Replace mode or while entering an ex command.
- Added support for Ctrl-v . This works while in Insert/Replace mode, as an argument to the r, F, T, f, and t commands, or while entering an ex command.
- A new Vim.xml keymap needs to be installed or Ctrl-K needs to be removed from all source control menus.

Bug Fixes
- Fixed backspace in ex entry. Deleting the first character was closing the ex entry window.

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Ctrl-K is being used for the first time and it appears this is mapped to
several source control menus. In order to resolve this you must either
install the updated Vim.xml into the keymaps directory or unmap Ctrl-K from
all source control menus. This is accomplished as follows:

- Select File|Settings menus.
- Click on the Keymap icon.
- Ensure Vim is the active keymap.
- Expand the 'Other' node under the keymap tree.
- Scroll down to the entry labeld 'Keys' and select it.
- Click on 'Add Keyboard Shortcut...'
- Type 'Ctrl-K' in the first key field.
- You may see a message about conflicts.
- Click OK to save the Ctrl-K shortcut.
- If there was a conflict you will get a Warning dialog. Select 'Remove' to
remove the conflicts.
- Click OK in the key mapping dialog.
- Click Close in the settings dialog.

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