Re: new developer, longtime user
- Bram Moolenaar wrote:
>That already should take care of a few of your weekends, Greg :-)
> Benji Fisher wrote:
> > Gregory Seidman wrote:
> > > 3) support for what emacs calls multiple "frames" and what I would call
> > > multiple windows except "windows" already means something else
> > This has been suggested before. There are problems with it, starting
> > with the problem of making it portable. The change in paradigm may be
> > an even more serious problem. I do not think you will get much
> > support with this, at least not from Bram.
> Oh, you have my support for attempting to implement this, trying various
> alternatives and showing how it works. But I won't include anything
> unless I'm convinced all major issues are taken care of (such as how to
> deal with typing ":" commands and what to do with their output. And can
> each frame be in a different mode?)
But, no doubt, it would be a great feature.
Neil Bird wrote:
> Maybe I'm being dense, but how would a multi-headed gvimE.g. can't edit the same file in different gvim's, can't share
> actually differ from merely running multiple gvims?
marks, what have you....and surely more.