Re: OT: Does Emacs have a Gene?
- Yeah, are we sure those microbiologists didn't choose the name on purpose
just to get more hits to their site. ;-)
(I hope you can appreciate the nature of the joke)
On Tue, 2 Nov 2004 15:25:58 +1100, Mark Woodward
> I knew vim was good, but to have a family of genes named after it is waaaay
> to impressive!
> Perhaps this could be added to the 'Other Weirdness' section of 'Trivia' on
> the vim site.
- Dnia wtorek, 2 listopada 2004 05:25, Mark Woodward napisał:
> I knew vim was good, but to have a family of genes named after it isExcerpts:
> waaaay to impressive!
"VIM-7 shows 77% identity with VIM-1"
Isn't it slightly backward - fifteen years of development nad returning
to the beginnings?
"VIM-7 [...] may be considered part of the VIM family."
What a relief.
"VIM-7 is only distantly related to the other VIM-like"
Hmm. So what with that VIM-1 similarities?
"It is therefore unlikely that VIM-7 has arrived
on the North American continent via immediate dissemination from Europe
or East Asia, where the other VIM [...] have been reported. It is
probable that VIM-7 has arisen independently within the United States."
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