Re: 'clever' vimgor
>>Do you know the "script" program? It intercepts everything that's typedIs anybody online who knows the answer. I have to go -> at home no
>>and stores it in a file. You could write a similar program that does
>>something else with the intercepted key strokes.
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- Kontra Gergely wrote:
> >> I just want to ask, that is it possible (without patching vim) to figureThe script program is a program :-). There should be several sources
> >> out the last pressed keys in vim?
> >> I want to display helpful hints for beginners somewhere, but I really
> >> need what the user typed before.
> >Do you know the "script" program? It intercepts everything that's typed
> >and stores it in a file. You could write a similar program that does
> >something else with the intercepted key strokes.
> Ok, where is it, how can I find it?
> I guess is it outside of vim. Am I wrong?
> If in vim, tell me the tag, please!
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