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Re: vim notifications on buffer content change

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  • Yaron
    The purpose is to analyse parts of the text dynamically as they re being changed. As I mentioned above, it can be done but pretty inefficiently and there are
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 29, 2010
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      The purpose is to analyse parts of the text dynamically as they're
      being changed.

      As I mentioned above, it can be done but pretty inefficiently and
      there are the limitations I mentioned. I was wondering if there were
      good ways to do this.
      I'm not trying to do anything that's outside of the design.

      On Dec 30, 8:48 am, Ingo Karkat <sw...@...> wrote:
      > On 29-Dec-2010 13:44, Yaron Hirsch wrote:
      >
      > > Hello,
      >
      > > I've been trying to get notifications from Vim on when the contents of
      > > buffer(s) change. I've encountered the following problems:
      > > (...)
      >
      > Why do you need this? What is your use case (and is it related to text editing,
      > or already going beyond it - cp. :help design-not)?
      >
      > -- regards, ingo
      >
      > PS: Please post as plain text to this list, not HTML.

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