76548Re: Hello world & vim related software
- Jan 6, 2007Adrien BUSTANY wrote:
> [ This message is an ad for a GPLed software I wrote for my everyday vimIn Linux with Gnome or kde, gvim compiled with Gnome support saves its session
> usage. You've been warned :-) ]
> Hi there,
> Since the day I discovered sessions with vim I cannot live without them.
> I wanted a quick way to launch gvim -S mysessionfile and couldn't find
> one, so I developed a little app based on GTK 2.10 which answers my needs.
> The app sits in the tray (I believe it's freedesktop compatible though
> I'm not sure). You can use it to register where your vim session files
> are, and then it makes them available through a simple popup menu. That
> way, all your projects will stand one click away :)
> The homepage is http://mymadcat.com/vimsessions/
> I hope you'll enjoy this tiny piece of software, which is still in an
> early state. I'll accept any kind of contribution. It will work on
> linux, and maybe win32, and even maybe on Mac OS X.
> Adrien BUSTANY
transparently when you close the window manager, and restarts it the next time
you start X. To get it, you need (among others) to explicitly pass
--enable-gnome-check to configure prior to compiling gvim. See at
http://users.skynet.be/antoine.mechelynck/vim/compunix.htm how I set my
configure options (and other stuff too).
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