Hi Tony! ... http://vimhelp.appspot.com/vim_faq.txt.html#faq-35.10 regards, Christian -- Schlage nie jemanden mit einer Brille. Nimm lieber einen Knüppel. --
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, Dec 27 12:47 AM
On Mo, 26 Dez 2011, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> On 26/12/11 10:09, Konstantin Zertsekel wrote:
> >Oh, thanks a bunch for the answer.
> >But I rather look for VIM with some GUI.
> >I am looking for the best recipe to browse and learn Linux Kernel.
> >Currently I am using VIM with cscope and trinity, which is _very_
> >efficient combination,
> >but the lack of GUI is certainly a big downside.
> >As for now, I think KDevelop is the best in all aspects except the memory...
> >Still keep testing them.
> >--- Kosta
> Well, why not use a GTK2/Gnome2 Vim GUI? I use that on openSUSE
> Linux, and it compiles like a breeze. I'm sure the needed
> development packages exist on your Ubuntu distro just like they
> exist on my openSUSE. I've seen Ubuntu/Debian users post a oneline
> apt-get build-dep command meant to install all packages needed to
> compile gvim with GTK2/Gnome2 on their systems, only I haven't
> remembered it since SuSE uses a different package management system
> (the YaST GUI/cursesUI or the zypper CLI).
Schlage nie jemanden mit einer Brille.
Nimm lieber einen Knüppel.
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