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46508RE: VIM doesn't need new features?!?!

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  • Halim, Salman
    Apr 16, 2007
      I really didn't think Peter said anything that was a flame. Perhaps he
      didn't read the whole thing, but I, too, initially walked away with the
      same conclusion was he did, and I *have* been using Vim for a long time.
      (I just know better because I've been here longer.)

      Suresh, on the other hand, was pretty much out of line and actually took
      it to the level of personal attacks. Makes me wonder if he's really
      Sven Guckes in disguise.

      Salman.

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Milan Vancura [mailto:milan@...]
      > Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 3:27 AM
      > To: Vim development list
      > Subject: Re: VIM doesn't need new features?!?!
      >
      > > > The preceding shows you have trouble reading -- that page has a
      > > > link to a "voting page", which page lists certain core features
      > > > that could be added to vim. If your investigation into
      > plugins was
      > > > as casual as your reading of the above link, then your
      > efforts at
      > > > finding and evaluating existing plugins in relation to
      > your notion
      > > > of a project are likely to have been botched!
      > >
      > > "Vim has many, many features. We don't really need more"
      >
      > Peter, don't start flames, please. vim-dev list is a very
      > valuable list exactly for the reason that people usualy don't
      > try flaming here.
      >
      > It's easy to take one sentence without any context and become
      > upset. Read more (as Suresh Govindachar already suggested)
      > and your life will be nicer again.
      > Please start with Suresh Govindachar's e-mail, the answer for
      > you is already there. The sentence you started a flame with
      > means that it seems we can add new features by some script
      > languages (most usualy the internal vim script) and don't
      > need to add every bell and whistle in the core vim code.
      >
      > And it's true for your problem too: core vim features are
      > strong enough to allow "project handling" - but the exact
      > implementation is up to your choice.
      > There are several plugins ready at vim.org which you can use
      > or modify.
      >
      > So again: please start reading at vim.org again with this
      > information in mind.
      > And stop the flame. If you have a concrete question, ask here
      > or at vim-users.
      >
      > Thank you and have a nice day,
      >
      > Milan Vancura
      > --
      > Milan Vancura, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe
      >
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