Deleting outer text object behaves differently than in Vim.
Consider this text:
Hello "blue" planet!
In Vim putting the cursor on blue and typing
da" leaves you with:
with one space between Hello and planet. However, in Evil two spaces are left between the words. The same happens with other text objects like parenthesis and other quotes. But sentences (
das) work correctly. There is no such problem with the change operator because there the two spaces are the correct behavior. Yanking produces a similar problem:
ya" on blue yanks
"blue" (no spaces included) where in Vim it yanks
"blue" with a space at the end. The same for visual selection (