> I'm happily teaching myself Gvim and I come to the point
> where I want to
> run a perl script and capture the output in a buffer; in my previous
> editor, SCiTE, I would hit F5 and the output window would fill with
> stdout and stderr.
> Over to GVim and ":he perl" shows me some real interesting things but
> not what I'm looking for. Then imagine my horror to read: -
> Does this mean I can't execute my scripts and capture the
> output without
> leaving the comfort of my vim?
Oh please don't turn vim into .... that *other* editor !
keep it small and fast , keep the terminal in the, well,
> How does everyone else do this (very common :) task?
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