On Tue, 28 Feb 2012, Tim Gray wrote:
> On Feb 27, 2012 at 09:02 PM -0800, John Hinnegan wrote:
>> Maybe there's a good page you can point me to?
> I mainly use MacVim over console vim because of the ability to double click
> files in the OS and have them open in my editor, as well as other OS
> integrations features. Things like Quick Cursor, which let me pop open the
> contents of any text form in MacVim (useful for editing long posts in Safari
> for example). However, I have my vim setup so if I need to use console vim,
> it works pretty much the same, minus the OS integration stuff. I use the
> same vimrc on linux computers too.
> Try it out, see if you like it. As others stated, it doesn't overwrite or
> preclude your ability to use vim in a terminal. In fact, I use mutt as my
> mail client and write all mails (including this one) in console vim.
I'm the fink maintainer for vim and I use a command-line version more
often than MacVim, but I still have it around for right-click-opening
Hisashi T Fujinaka - htodd@...
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