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Re: Edit in Vim plugin

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  • Chris Eidhof
    Wow, cool! I looked into the code for a bit, but I don t really understand what s happening. But hopefully I m able to spend a sunday- afternoon on deciphering
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 23, 2006
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      Wow, cool! I looked into the code for a bit, but I don't really
      understand what's happening. But hopefully I'm able to spend a sunday-
      afternoon on deciphering the code and build something alike for vim.
      If anyone wants to help, please let me know!

      Thanks,
      -chris
      On 20 Dec, 2006, at 10:02 , Rainer Schmid wrote:

      > Hi,
      >
      >> one of the reasons why I was considering to switch to TextMate, was
      >> because of the "Edit in TextMate"-button the TM-users have. They can
      >> edit the text of any cocoa-text-widget in their favourite editor,
      >> just with a press of the button. Ofcourse, I've used vim heavily for
      >> a couple of years, and TM wasn't really a substitute, so I switched
      >> back to vim.
      >>
      >> Is there anyone with enough experience to build something like this?
      >> I think we need someone with heavy cocoa-experience? I'd love to see
      >> this feature, and I'm willing to help, but I have no experience with
      >> either cocoa-hacking or vim-hacking.
      >
      > If you google for this TextMate feature, you can actually find the
      > link
      >
      > http://anon:anon@.../svn/Bundles/trunk/Tools/Edit%20in%
      > 20TextMate/
      >
      > which is actually the source code for it. I am not sure about the
      > license of the sources (it doesn't say anything), so I don't know if
      > one is allowed to simply take it and add vim support for it. But one
      > can take it at least as an inspiration on how to do it in principal.
      >
      > Rainer
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