Re: admin, please, blacklist this user
> Ted Arnold,Hi Ted,
> (definitely superior to this sorry ass collection of mis-fits)
no doubt you are really superior to us little vim-weenies, see below
why. But in that case you could answer at least one email related to
vim thus taking your share in either supporting this great community,
or just proving you are superior.
So far, the only field where you showed your superiority, is offense
Now it' s a great time to show us you know vim. Otherwise I have to
think you must be a frustrated little emacs-weenie who forgot to take
his drugs for today...
But before you leave, please do us a favour and let us know your
favourite text editor. That way we could do our very best to avoid it
in the rest of our lives. I think it must be related to your mental
illness, at least I haven't observed this level of aggressivity on vim
Keep cool. Develop in total darkness.
- Matt Zyzik wrote:
>Oh go fuck yourself. (I can't believe how stupid you weenies are)
> Ted, I ask of you, nicely, please unsubscribe from this list. Pretty
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
(far superior to the vim weenies)
no go play with the "e"/"ge" shit, you dunce
- This guy is insane.
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- Matt Zyzik wrote:
> It's not so much that I wanted to change the behavior of "e"; but rather'cpoptions' is for things to behave Vi compatible. It's not for
> "ge". I was hoping "ge" could behave more like "e".
> Of course the best would be that in addition to an option in 'cpoptions'.
> You could also use 'cpoptions' to have a way to switch back and forth
> with the behaviors of "Y" and "cw". There is help in the help file on
> how to do this; however, it recommends doing this: ":map cw dwi"; which
> isn't the best solution because you cannot use "." with it.
something that wasn't present in Vi.
It's a choice whether "ge" should behave like "w" and "b" to stop in an
empty line, or be the opposite of "e", which doesn't stop in an empty
line. I think it's better to leave it as it is. Changing it or adding
an option that changes it behavior will not improve the usability of
I know that "cw" doesn't work logically, but I'm used to it and wouldn't
want it to work differently now. I think most long-term Vi and Vim
users have the same opinion.
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