135932Re: vim split window editing => separate window editing?
- Feb 2, 2013On Sat, 2 Feb 2013, Linda W wrote:
> Benjamin R. Haskell wrote:I believe the tear-off menus are a built-in feature of GTK+. (Where you
>> She just seems to want it as a separate window, instead of being
>> crammed into the same Gvim application window.
> Yep. Many applications have the ability to detach parts of the app...
>> But, I don't suspect the request will be fulfilled. It'd be too
>> complicated to implement in terminal Vim. And Gvim is structured
>> such that there's a single top-level application window. I haven't
>> looked, but I don't think there's a nice way to handle multiple
>> detachable windows without rewriting (much/most of) the GUI code.
> Really? I thought there was an ability to tear off menus at some point?
> Or am I hallucinating that? ;-)
need only specify 'true' for some "This menu can be torn off" property.)
IIRC, letting other things be "tear off" isn't as simple.
I could be wrong. I thankfully haven't had to do much GTK programming
in a while. Googling "GTK tear off windows" finds GtkHandleBox, so it
/might/ be as simple as turning the (vim) tabs into handle boxes.
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