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  • I installed the selfextracting vim on windoze 2000 professional and it seems to have created a problem. Actuall I had the same problem with NT, but didn't know what was causing it until now It seems that the web mail client I use (Lotus Mail Client) uses some java stuff to display the buttons. After installing vim these buttons are no longer visible. Has anyone seen anything like...
    Carson Wilcox Jan 21, 2003
  • Nobody still uses windows, do they? Carson R. Wilcox Senior Consultant DMR Consulting Tampa, FL USA --- KONTRA Gergely wrote: >>> >I want to write personal data permanently. So $TMP is not a good choice, >>> >because eg. debian deletes this dir on every bootup. >>> >>> Another idea of me is to write a file in the same directory, where >>> .viminfo or _viminfo is. Can I figure that...
    Carson Wilcox Jan 22, 2002
  • Why not just set ff=unix Carson R. Wilcox Senior Consultant DMR Consulting Tampa, FL USA --- Luc Hermitte wrote: >On Tue, Jan 15, 2002 at 05:45:36PM +0100, KONTRA Gergely wrote: >> Have you ever noticed, that vim files, which have dos filetype, cannot >> be sourced under linux? > >Same problem under Solaris. _____________________________________________________________ Want a new...
    Carson Wilcox Jan 15, 2002
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  • Any chance this group could be split into M$ and a *nix groups? --- John Kilbourne wrote: >I don't know if i messed up somehting in doing this, but I do not >have a "gvim.exe" "%1" file, just a gvim.exe, which I have set as the >executable. How important is the -space_percent_1 part, and how do I >get that file back? > >Thanks. >John > > > > >------------------ Reply Separator...
    Carson Wilcox Jan 2, 2002
  • If you are on a real box, why in the world would you want vim to look like an M$ app????? Carson R. Wilcox Senior Consultant DMR Consulting Tampa, FL USA --- "Roger F" wrote: >Hi, > >I have a problem in that when sourcing mswin.vim on Solaris, >GVIM always changes the file mode of existing 755 files to 666 >when writing. > >I really don't know what I am talking about but I am...
    Carson Wilcox Dec 13, 2001
  • You could use something like this. It will give you the indentation and not mess with the tab stops. Tabs are not very portable and can lead to some pretty nasty looking code. au BufEnter *.idl,*.h,*.hpp,*.c,*.cpp,*.pl,*.sql,*.pc set shiftwidth=4 au BufEnter *.idl,*.h,*.hpp,*.c,*.cpp,*.pl,*.sql,*.pc set smarttab au BufEnter *.idl,*.h,*.hpp,*.c,*.cpp,*.pl,*.sql,*.pc set smartindent...
    Carson Wilcox Dec 13, 2001
  • I don't know about from within vim, but the following will work from the command line: find . -name "file exp" | xargs gvim -l "search string" | xargs gvim Carson Carson R. Wilcox Senior Consultant DMR Consulting Tampa, FL USA --- "Jonah" wrote: >does vim have any extended find capabilities? >something to search for a string in an entire directory, >that would return a list of...
    Carson Wilcox Nov 29, 2001
  • Unfortunately vim has gotten so bloated over time that you need all 4 files now. IMHO, it would have been better if vim had stayed the best programmers editor, with out all the extra stuff. Carson --- "Daniel Harper" wrote: >Why are there two src and rt files? > >Which one are you mean't to use? > >Regards, > >Daniel Harper > >UMR Research Australia >Marketing and Issues Management...
    Carson Wilcox Nov 21, 2001
  • Would it be possible to repost this or a link to it? Carson --- Hari Krishna Dara > wrote: > > >On Tue, 2 Oct 2001 at 6:37am, Carson Wilcox wrote: > >> My problem is that I don't really pay a lot of attention to what number is assigned to what buffer, and don't really want to. After awhile I tend to get large gaps in the sequence and have to spend to much time looking at the list...
    Carson Wilcox Oct 5, 2001
  • My problem is that I don't really pay a lot of attention to what number is assigned to what buffer, and don't really want to. After awhile I tend to get large gaps in the sequence and have to spend to much time looking at the list, rether than just glancing at it as I would be able to do if the sequence was maintained. Carson --- "Michael Naumann" > wrote: >----- Original Message...
    Carson Wilcox Oct 2, 2001