Re: vim and sniff
- Sniff support was one of the reasons I downloaded Vim to compile it
myself. However, I have struggled much with Sniff (on other fronts) and
gave up on that idea. I much preferred using their Makefile support. I
created myself a small Makefile to automatically trigger compilation
under whatever platform I want. Now, all I have to do is type ":make" in
Vim: if there are errors, Vim jumps directly there! Neat, simple, and I
can still have Sniff on the side for cross-referencing if I need to.
Michael Denio wrote:
>On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 04:44:26PM -0500, Charles E. Campbell, Jr. wrote:
>>I don't know anything about sniff myself; however, your vim needs to be
>>compiled for sniff support for the sniff commands to be available. To do
>> configure --enable-sniff --with-features=huge
>>Of course, I haven't done this myself...
>Yes, Vim was compiled with sniff support. I can connect to sniff and
>edit the file from sniff in vim, I just can't get vim to affect sniff.