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  • * 2010-11-02 11:13 (+0100), Johann Schatzer wrote: > Is there a simple way to convert a major emacs mode syntax file into > an vim-syntax file? No. Emacs doesn't even have "syntax files" and the syntax highlighting concepts are different. I'd say that it's much easier to write syntax code from the scratch than convert it between Vim and Emacs. -- You received this message from the...
    Teemu Likonen Nov 4, 2010
  • * 2010-08-04 08:22 (-0700), Jim Green wrote: > sectionA > service=1 > network=1.1.1.1 > Could anyone point me how to do this in vim? I thought of using shell > scripts to do it but might be an overkill, You got Vim solutions but here's an "overkill" Bash version: #!/bin/bash chars=( {A..Z} ) i=0 while ((i <= 25)); do printf 'section%s\nservice=%s\nnetwork=1.1.1.%s\n\n' \ ${chars[i...
    Teemu Likonen Aug 4, 2010
  • * 2010-08-04 02:54 (+0800), H. Xu wrote: > Many people quit using vim because they think vim is not as powerful > as emacs. I don't know if many people quit using Vim because of that. How did you get that impression? I believe that Vim is a lot more popular than Emacs. -- You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you are...
    Teemu Likonen Aug 3, 2010
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  • * 2010-08-02 09:17 (-0700), tommed wrote: > I am hoping we can get some of our most elite users to participate in > an online VIM vs EMACS vs INSERT_TEXT_EDITOR_HERE battle site? > > I have posted a few details here: http://www.tommed.co.uk/?p=70 I'm not interested in participating but for this discussion's sake let's imagine that I was such an "elite user" and could perform some...
    Teemu Likonen Aug 3, 2010
  • * 2010-07-29 09:50 (-0700), Bob Weissman wrote: > Often, the files look like they ought to be text files but are full of > NULs. Instead of "Hello", I will see "H^@e@l@l@o@. Or maybe it's > "^@H@e@l@l@o. I haven't figured out the byte order. Looks like an UTF-16 encoded file. > Is there a way to edit these files in gvim such that the ^@s don't > appear onscreen but get written...
    Teemu Likonen Jul 29, 2010
  • * 2010-07-27 10:58 (-0500), Stahlman Family wrote: > Vim is, by design, a text editor, not a word-processor. Storing > properties and such in files automatically would be highly > undesirable. Being a text editor is not mutually exclusive with text properties. Also, text properties are not necessarily data that will be stored in files. For example, in Emacs text properties only...
    Teemu Likonen Jul 27, 2010
  • * 2010-07-27 15:55 (+0800), winterTTr wrote: > But is it possible to make some text in a buffer read-only but not for > the whole buffer? I mean maybe we can "bind" a property to the string > ( or text, or character ) , which can make the text read-only in a > modifiable buffer. Or even finally, We can make the text not only a > plain text, but text binding some properties set to...
    Teemu Likonen Jul 27, 2010
  • * 2010-03-29 21:01 (+0100), Antony Scriven wrote: > On 28 March 2010 09:25, Teemu Likonen wrote: >> DISCLAIMER: My tests may suck so I suggest everyone do better ones. >> :-) > > :-). Well I think I should mention that GForth is VM based, or it was > last I looked. More accurately GForth uses GCC to compile direct or indirect threaded code. > A fast commercial Forth is probably...
    Teemu Likonen Mar 30, 2010
  • * 2010-03-26 03:21 (+0100), Tony Mechelynck wrote: > [...] it was (I think) a simple example of FORTH, though it doesn't do > justice to the language. I doubt Lisp is more powerful; I suppose it > might be *as* powerful and I'm not sure about speed -- oh well, let's > give it the benefit of the doubt until I study it. A short introduction to Common Lisp's features ("power" meaning...
    Teemu Likonen Mar 28, 2010
  • * 2010-03-26 00:45 (UTC), Antony Scriven wrote: > On 25 March 2010 23:17, Tony Mechelynck wrote: >> Lisp looks like Volap√ľk to me; > > Then check out the SICP lectures. The videos are online for free. The > first one teaches you the basics of Lisp (well, Scheme) in a few > minutes, and it (or maybe the second one, I can't remember) shows you > how to compute a square root :-). It...
    Teemu Likonen Mar 26, 2010