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Gnome warnings?

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Hi catch22! ... That is still the gnome version. No wonder you see still the warnings. The gtk version should read like this: GTK2 GUI and that one shouldn't
Christian Brabandt
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10:35 AM

vim-go issue, installed with vundle

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... The standard $VIMRUNTIME/filetype.vim already detects *.go files and sets the filetype to go, at least in version 7.4.662. Regards, Gary -- -- You received
Gary Johnson
8
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9:51 PM

Subvert command not working - just opens current file in hsplit

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no, it's just abbrievate form of the subvert command. I installed the abolish plugin and it si runnin as breeze -- -- You received this message from the
Robert Balejík
8
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Apr 17

quickfix information

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Hello, I did not expect that many reactions. This is nice. Thank you all for your interest in the matter. ... Indeed, having "ancillary" data would be much
hermitte@free.fr
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Apr 13

Syntax highlight problems

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Thanks, Dr. Chip. That helped a lot. Since some times the groups was still leaking into C/C++ code. Then I discover that, since the new groups was getting
Alessandro Antonello
5
posts
Apr 11

How to get to the helppage of shiftwidth in options.txt?

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... Oh, I thought you were asking about the specific symbols already mentioned in this thread. I didn't realize you were looking for a font containing every
Ben Fritz
46
posts
Apr 7

quickly viewing a directory of files

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... Then traverse the resulting quickfix list and yank the desired text into an upper-case register so that the yanks are accumulated. Traversing the quickfix
Gary Johnson
5
posts
Apr 6

Ellipsis digraph

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... Thanks Tim! -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you are replying to. For more
Steve
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Apr 6

which match-highlighting is in effect (if any) at a point in a file?

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... Thank you -- I'll look it over. Regards, Chip Campbell -- -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below
Charles E Campbell
6
posts
Mar 30

[ANN] Vim for Windows build, contains all 3rd party dependencies

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... For the console version there already is a .zip file. Well, you need to get two files: 9229662 vim74rt.zip V7.4 runtime files 1140124 vim74w32.zip
Bram Moolenaar
50
posts
Mar 28

Motif equivalent of GTK font

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Hi Paul, ... Executing 'xlsfonts' will give you a listing of compatible fonts for Motif. Typically, 9x15 works pretty well. But you may want something
Mun
8
posts
Mar 26

Setting the TEXINPUTS and BIBINPUTS varibles for latex inside vim/gV

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... Hi Christian, thanks for your reply I wrote the following line on my .vimrc let g:Tex_TEXINPUTS = '/usr/local/texlive/2014/texmf-dist/tex/**,./**' But I
Jaime A Millan Quijano
13
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Mar 26

What sets textwidth=78

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... My apologies, I assumed you were making a word-play in the same vein as the joke "dyslexics untie", rather than it being a typo. -- -- You received this
porphyry5
22
posts
Mar 25

Looking for a simple Lisp"""IDE"""

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... Hi Charles, YEAH! That's it! Copied, pasted, downloaded and next I will try it! Thanks for your help! :) Best regards, Meino -- -- You received this
Meino.Cramer@gmx.de
8
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Mar 25

Is there a way to cause vim to display the console screen without ac

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... In order not to be dependent on `tput` being available, I've found that the following that @MarkPlotnick (from unix.stackexchange.com) inferred works just
Adrian
8
posts
Mar 25
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