Re: :popup not available in this version
- Colin Keith <vim@...> wrote on 01/11/2002 (17:43) :
> Are you sure that your problem is not related to this description of PopupWell the point is that I did:
> "5.8 Popup Menus
> In the win32 gui, you can cause a menu to popup at the cursor."
and the first line of the buffer then shows is:
I didn't think to go up in the buffer as I was expecting the help to be
below this point. Perhaps it would be better if the *:popup* *:popu* was
simply moved to the:
5.8 Popup Menus
Preben Randhol ---------------- http://www.pvv.org/~randhol/ --
Just vim it.
- Preben Randhol wrote:
> Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote on 01/11/2002 (17:43) :No, ":popup" can't be done on systems other than MS-Windows.
> > The ":popup" command is only supported on Win32. I'll add a remark in
> > the docs, it's not very clear about this.
> Ah I see. No I only saw a reference to win32-hide or something like
> that. I don't know how this works in windows, I'll check, but I guess
> that the reason it is not in the GTK version is that it is not
> implemented and not because it cannot be done?
(actually, I think it can, but the best way to motivate someone to
implement this is by saying it can't be done 8-)
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- From: "Bram Moolenaar" <Bram@...>
>Ok, so what will I have to offer somebody to get them to code this for
> No, ":popup" can't be done on systems other than MS-Windows.
> (actually, I think it can, but the best way to motivate someone to
> implement this is by saying it can't be done 8-)
GTK by v6.2? ;)
I had just started designing a fancy function(argument) completion
thingy (you know, like all the IDEs have) when I read this. :( I sure
hope somebody steps up to the challenge because I'm gonna hate doing
this with window buffers!
Steve Hall [ digitect@... ]