12347Re: Feature Request: Navigation Sidebar
- May 18 4:17 PMTerrific! Thank you
I do note that I was wrong about Nerdtree and mice. A drawer would be
cool, but many thanks for all the features already in there.
On May 18, 1:09 pm, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
> On 17 May 2011 20:50, Dougly wrote:
> > I'm with Sven this feature would be awesome,
> > VIM is simply the best text editor, and discovering macvim is a
> > highlight of my burgeoning mac experience. However Nerdtree is not
> > really the solution I'm looking for. Ideally I'd love a VIM plugin for
> > textwrangler or notepadd++ (windows program). navigating projects
> > isn't as beneficial by command, but rather by mouse.
> > Using commands to navigate in file is tremendous, it saves oodles of
> > times because we do it a LOT, doing so between files is difficult,
> > having to open nerdtree, navigate over, find the file (in what is not
> > a very good layout) and then go back/close nerdtree is the opposite of
> > efficiency, it's the dogmatic adherence to a paradigm. (obviously in
> > non-gui examples nerdtree is awesome).
> > Anyhow, it's simply a request (although not a simple request) and
> > while sven and I would obviously use and appreciate it, I appreciate
> > the work the authors do already and if they don't see value in the
> > request I won't expect to see it added.
> Something is in the works . I'm only somewhat involved in this at
> the moment, but hopefully I'll get some time during the summer to work
> on MacVim at which time I'll start thinking about file browsers
> properly. (No, it won't be hosted in a drawer window when it is done
> -- I am working on putting it in a view inside the main window.)
> To those of you who don't get the point of this feature (like I used
> to): this is apparently considered one of the major missing features
> for people who are coming from other editors (mostly TextMate as far
> as I can tell). Judging by Twitter and blog activity this group is
> quite substantial (or maybe just vocal ;-) so I feel it is worthwhile
> to cater to their wishes. Hopefully this will generate even more
> interest in Vim.
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