- On Mon, 2005-01-17 at 13:57 +0300, Konovalov, Vadim wrote:
> how screen refresh bug could ever relate to if_something?When text is added to or removed from buffers other than the currently
active buffer, the window did not refresh appropriately and the changes
did not appear. I tossed a *_lines_mark call into buffer_append and
buffer_delete to solve the problem. The bug is not with Vim's screen
refresh code, but with the way that the current if_ruby tries to use it.
> I want for you to think deeply when going to rewrite working RubyI appreciate your insights regarding my interest in implementing my
> interface code to C.
interface enhancements in C rather than ruby. I have thought quite a bit
about the implications. I strongly dislike C, but I do not think it
would be a good idea for me to build extra layers on the current C
implementation of the ruby interface. I want to put together an
implementation that is more conducive to elegant extension in native
ruby. My ruby extensions are currently a bit messy and obfuscated
because I have to work around the deficencies of the current interface.
My goal, ultimately, is to make writing and debugging ruby based vim
extensions a much more intuitive process.
Ryan Paul <segphault@...>