Re: Starting an online VIM vs Other Text Editors battle.. anyone interested?
- On 03/08/10 11:40, Marc Weber wrote:
> Excerpts from tommed's message of Tue Aug 03 11:12:27 +0200 2010:Who uses Vim with not even a vimrc? The vimrc is a custom script of course.
>> Great feedback, many thanks!
>> I have just updated the site, taking your excellent suggestions on
> 1) You MUST use a default install (iow. no custom scripts or modifications)
> of the text editor of your choice
Well, I suppose that I could use "vim -u
/usr/local/vim/vim73e/vimrc_example.vim -c 'filetype indent off' "
(since the example vimrc is distributed with Vim) or would these
command-line options be cheating already? And what about editing UTF-8
on Windows? This "no custom scripts" rule would make it impossible,
since most Windows "country settings" are for non-Unicode locales.
> 2) You may use any version of the text editor (vi/vim/gvim/gnu
> emacs/xemacs/nano/ed/pico etc..), we even welcome users of Notepad,
> Eclipse, and Visual Studio!!
> Which operating System? Eg Linux has different versions of Vim.
> huge vim (with X and scripting support for Ruby, Python, ..)
> or tiny vim without X, without quickfix, without ...
> You're looking for masters - but they all have custom scripts.
> If it comes to Eclipse: When does the time tacking start?
> When you start the Editor, or when it already started.
> When using Eclipse this may make a difference.
> 6) Upload your video to YouTube and post the URL as a response on our
> How do you catch people speeding up their videos? I mean is there any
> chance that this competition is fair? Or will the man / woman win who
> can best postprocess the video before uploading it to YouTube?
> Also in both: emacs and vim you can easily copy paste a clipboard to get
> scripts you want.
> eg :call writefile('my.vim',[lines])| source my.vim
> Is this allowed?
> Marc Weber
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