it should still fix some issue https://github.com/vim/vim/blob/master/src/screen.c#L2220 Looking at the code, it turns to be impossible (without patching the vim, obviously): vim always formats the line numbers to take up the whole available width, leaving just a single space afterwards (the "%*ld " format specifier in the code makes sure of that).
How to read a number in specific line and increase by one
I wish did fix the issue. I want to write a bash that it reads a file line by line as a variable and in the output it prints the total number of lines, the number of each line, and the value of each line. for example: file.txt :
Increase version number by one in next line using awk