RE: Reannouncing vimplugin: A vim plugin for Eclipse
- Am Samstag, den 31.03.2007, 20:41 -0400 schrieb David Fishburn:
> > for the UI-integration (simple textbased vim inside eclipse)To subscribe to that list go to:
> > you need cygwin.
> Is there separate instructions for how to setup the integrated one?
>From the vimplugin-devel list.
> I have set up an eclipse update site under
> In your eclipse use
> 1) "help|updates|find and install"
> 2) "search for new features"
> 3) "new remote site" with the URL given above
> 4) finish. A dialog should popup presenting you the plugin to install.
> 5) restart eclipse.
> The plugin runs equally well under windows with the vim version of
> cygwin. If you are under windows, the plugin tries to use
> "c:/cygwin/bin/vim.exe", but you can specify another path in the
> preference page of the plugin.
Your experience reports are greatly appreciated...
- Just a quick question about the overal goal of the project. Would vim
just become an editor inside eclipse? Or would we be able to still use
vim inside eclipse but still use code completion say from plugins like
zends php project for eclipse or phpeclipse or any of the languagle
specific plugins? Thanks
On 3/30/07, Sebastian Menge <sebastian.menge@...> wrote:
> Hi all
> After a long time of no activity we restarted the work on a small plugin
> to embed vim into the Eclipse IDE.
> See http://vimplugin.sf.net and http://sf.net/vimplugin for details.
> If you are familiar with eclipse, there is an update site
> http://vimplugin.sf.net/update with the latest build.
> Microsoft users have to use the cygwin version of vim.
> We also have a prototype of an eclipse-plugin that talks to a gvim that
> acts as "netbeans" server (:help netbeans).
> More detailed info on that can be found here:
> Both projects are standard eclipse projects that can be checked out
> anonymously via subversion (you need subclipse then):
> This time we'll keep an better eye on community building: So please try
> it out and give some feedback. On http://sf.net/projects/vimplugin you
> can find forums and of course mailinglists.
> Best regards, Sebastian.