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  • Stephen Rasku wrote: > X-Mailer: dtmail 1.3.0 @#)CDE Version 1.3.5 SunOS 5.7 sun4u sparc > > Scott Johnston wrote: > > Mail format is a personal choice. Only reading mail of a particular > > format is a personal choice. If you don't want to read HTML mail, > > then turn on a personal filter and don't read it. The list should > > not discriminate based on format. > > If I could set...
    Tim Hammerquist Apr 25, 2002
  • Hiroshi Iwatani wrote: > I guess I'm just one of the many who are experiencing it. I haven't heard of any major instabilities in Vim. Do you know of others? > The Vim 6.1(gvim), of which my current "version" is 6.1.018, > is much worse than 6.0 in that it crashes too many times to > be usable. > > It seems that operations that triggers the crash are an XIM > process conflicting...
    Tim Hammerquist Apr 16, 2002
  • Benoit Cerrina wrote: > Tim Hammerquist wrote: > > The only thing standing between you and a Lisp interface for Vim > > is, well, someone writing it. Your post proposes this quite > > clearly. Would you be willing to work on it? > > This is not true, there is also the acceptance of this interface by > Bram. I've written extansion's for the existing scripting interfaces > in Vim and...
    Tim Hammerquist Mar 11, 2002
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  • Nikolai 'pcp' Weibull wrote: > Yeah, yeah. As some of you know i'm not to enthused with the vim > programming capabilities (expr) or any of the other language interfaces > currently available. I have a proposal to solve this problem, and it is: > > "if you can't bring Nikolai to Emacs, bring Emacs to Nikolai". > > This may seem cryptic at the moment but it is simply this...
    Tim Hammerquist Mar 7, 2002
  • Jonathan Gardner wrote: [ snip ] > 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
    Tim Hammerquist Dec 3, 2001