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Re: i write a new vim package/plugin manager like debian's apt

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  • Marcin Szamotulski
    ... I think this blog post nicely illustrates why we need more cooperation on vim.org: http://delvarworld.github.com/blog/2013/03/16/just-use-sublime-text/
    Message 1 of 12 , Mar 22, 2013
      On 13:47 Tue 12 Mar , Marc Weber wrote:
      > > but if the package manager provide a uniform interface to handle this
      > > job. it maybe more better.
      > If it was a plugin - all package managers could be used ..
      >
      > > >> 1.2 some plugin need python support or set nocompatible,but unless
      > > >> you
      > > >> read the doc before, you will fall and you don't know why
      > You're right. But almost all .vimrc samples contain it. And this is hard
      > to avoid without breaking backward compatibility.
      > I'd vote for making "nocompatible" default instantly.
      >
      > For nocomp you can check :echo &compatible
      > For filetype I don't know exactly - maybe somebody else know.
      >
      > I personally struggeled with closing Vim coming from a Windows world
      > years ago, - I had trouble understand the help screen which says:
      >
      > type :q<Enter> to exit
      >
      > Because it didn't come to my mind that the : belongs to the keys to be
      > typed.
      > I think its more important to tell people about where to get help
      > (mailinglist, irc, ...) because this kind of problem is solved fast.
      >
      > > [.. many lines you didn't reply to ..]
      > @孔晓泉: Consider removing email text you're not replying to.
      >
      > Meanwhile I've also read your blog post:
      > http://www.howlanderson.net/?cat=33
      >
      > I find this interesting:
      >
      > quote:
      > The concept of the warehouse Provide similar linux distro warehouses
      > similar standardized the remote packet warehouse, provide carefully
      > check the package through a rigorous screening provides official
      > assurance (TODO: due to staffing and funding issues, is preparing for
      > the official repository for vim plugin)
      >
      > especially:
      > rigorous screening provides official assurance
      >
      > Do you think somebody will provide the man power to review all packages
      > available (or let's say most packages being used?)
      >
      > Eventually vim-scripts.org could be called such a warehouse, but without
      > screening.
      >
      > If you want to collaborate with the VAM team on some topics keep in
      > touch.
      >
      > Yours
      > Marc Weber
      >
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      I think this blog post nicely illustrates why we need more cooperation
      on vim.org:
      http://delvarworld.github.com/blog/2013/03/16/just-use-sublime-text/

      Best regards,
      Marcin

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