50249Re: functions for several modes?
- May 18, 2004From: Jorge Almeida, May 18, 2004 5:25 PM
>The online help is an excellent double-volume book sized reference,
> On Tue, 18 May 2004, Steve Hall wrote:
> > > Thanks. My experience with vim programming is very limited, and I
> > > find difficult to understand the possibilities of the embedded
> > > programming language (does it have a name?).
> > I've always called it Vimscript.
> Is there documentation about it besides the two vim books we all
> know? (i mean, does it come from vi or somewhere else?)
too. I highly recommend reading the intro, options.txt and eval.txt
According to :help author, Vim comes from Stevie (based on Vi).
> > > The single menu solution is necessary, since otherwise a fewExactly!
> > > functions would fill the menu!
> > No, Vim only displays the menu for the mode you are currently in,
> > i.e., only one menu would be displayed at a time in my example.
> I think it can display a menu for all modes if defined with :amenu.
> The problem is what function does it call.
Steve Hall [ digitect@... ]
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