Re: Feature request: accessing GUI
- Artur Siekielski wrote:
> I think one of the most limiting feature of Vim is lack of possibilityNo, providing these GUI features is _not_ simple. You are very much
> of creating rich GUI interface (like tabs for switching between buffers
> or popup-menus for listing possible completions). Creating support for
> GUI for Vim's builtin script language would be very hard (and for me
> Vimscript really isn't a good option for writing script larger than 10
> lines), but there is a much simpler solution for the very popular GTK+
> version: giving access to GUI for Python with PyGTK. This should be
> simple and doesn't require much job (I think) - you need only to
> represent main window, toolbar and menus as Python objects, PyGTK is
> responsible for the rest. This would give a possibility of creating any
> user interface.
underestimating the effort required.
Why is "abbreviation" such a long word?
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