44181Re: Terminal-based auto-paste.
- Jul 10, 2006On 2006-07-10, Sean Reifschneider <jafo@...> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 10, 2006 at 07:38:02AM +0000, Yakov Lerner wrote:Since you mention aliasing, I think the simplest solution to this
> >package-maintiners and expect them to fine-tune binary packages
> >to your inquiries/needs/wishes. Unless you are package-maintiner
> Having an expert tune the packages for the general cases is probably going
> to work much better on average than having the layman try to tune it
> themselves. A good package maintainer can make it so that a package fits
> nearly everyone's needs. I have submitted a suggestion to the Fedora
> packager that they extend the "vim-x11" package to include not only "gvim",
> but also "xvim", leaving the stock "vim" package being compiled with
> --with-x=no. This way you get the fairly minimal package in "vim-minimal",
> and users who want vim on a server without X installed are happy. And
> users who want enhanced X capabilties can install "vim-x11" and get
> enhanced functionality by calling (or aliasing) gvim or xvim.
alias vim="gvim -v"
That will give you a terminal-mode vim with all the X features that
were compiled into your gvim.
Gary Johnson | Agilent Technologies
garyjohn@... | Wireless Division
| Spokane, Washington, USA
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