- On Monday 03 December 2001 08:39 pm, Neil Bird wrote:
> Around about 11/30/01 21:05, Ali Akcaagac scribbled ...Time to abandond KDE and go for Gnome... =)
> > http://www.opensky.ca/gnome-vim/
> > just arrived on evolution devel list... vim embedded in evolution
> > have fun :)
> Now - that's kind of the next step I had in mind when I wrote
> the GtkVim widget (thougts of a 'GnomeVim' or 'BonoboVim' widget).
> I guess I ought to put that up in vim-online ...
- Jonathan Gardner wrote:
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> Time to abandond KDE and go for Gnome... =)You still use KDE?! ;)
I ditched KDE for Enlightenment months ago. E has better gnome
support than KDE, and Eterm's prettier too!
It has been truly said that hackers have even more words for
equipment failures than Yiddish has for obnoxious people.
-- Jargon File 4.3.1
- On Mon, 2001-12-03 at 23:22, Tim Hammerquist wrote:
> > Time to abandond KDE and go for Gnome... =)well,
> You still use KDE?! ;)
> I ditched KDE for Enlightenment months ago. E has better gnome
> support than KDE, and Eterm's prettier too!
i don't want to start a KDE vs. GNOME flamewar on a vim developers list
but i think that both environments either KDE and GNOME has their pros
- cool core with plugins system
- a lot of applications available for it
- core app like konqueror simply works and is fast
- from all environments it looks most complete
- long compile time
- ugly interface icons and themes should really be improved
- you are forced to install packs that you don't want if you compile
from scratch. i want just the antenna but need to get the whole
- configurability, e.g. placing of windows and have them stay there
- information when moving windows around
- kmail (the only mailer i know for kde) ain't that good
- looks cool
- fast compile
- may become really cool
- nautilus is unusable and slow compared to konqueror and compared to my
- interprocess communication currently sucks, there's no REAL plugins
kinda system as under kde (well there is bonobo but when will all apps
- inconsistent look of many apps (everthing behave different)
- no real browser integration. well yes you have galeon, which is really
cool but as long as you need to install MOZILLA too, to get it going
it doesn't feel that complete and unite
- mozilla wont be ready for GTK2 so gnome2 will be released but without
any browser. galeon can't be ported to gnome2 as long as mozilla
components aren't moved to gtk2. from what i heard work are done
already but it's not sure if its ready just in time.
- sick new preferences save system a' la windows registry
- new versions of something are beeing spit out too fast without any
serious (news or fixes)
hey don't flame me now these are my own impressions and opinions.
Name....: Ali Akcaagac
Status..: Student Of Computer & Economic Science
- On Tuesday 04 December 2001 07:37 am, Ali Akcaagac wrote:
> On Mon, 2001-12-03 at 23:22, Tim Hammerquist wrote:PLEASE: It was a JOKE! I would be crazy to force myself to relearn everything
> > > Time to abandond KDE and go for Gnome... =)
> > You still use KDE?! ;)
> > I ditched KDE for Enlightenment months ago. E has better gnome
> > support than KDE, and Eterm's prettier too!
about my Window manager just because someone embedded Vim in an app. I know
that eventually (1month? 6months? 3 years? Who knows?) KDE will do the same.
Eventually, I hope ALL window managers will present useful text boxes
everywhere that can be configurable with Vim, Emacs, Joe, Pine, or whatever
else is your poison.
IT WAS A JOKE.
HAHAHA. Laugh. It is a joke! =) <- Look, a smiley face! It is a joke! hahaha