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  • Hi! I would like to have continuous feedback about the state of the execution of an external program (on win32 gui mode). For example when performing a :make a new shell window should not be created rather the result should apear directly (and progressively) in the quickfix window (in case of :make). On unix one sees the results of the compilation during build and not after like in...
    Deé Zsombor Jun 29, 2003
  • Nikolai 'pcp' Weibull wrote: > ... > I feel that i could do wonderous things if i had a good programming > interface to my editor. Yes. > 2. Tcl: ... > 3. Perl: ... > 4. Python: And surely many more as others pointed out. It is IMHO impossible not to agree with your intentions, but I find I have to totally disagree with your suggestions for remedy. You've opened a pandorra box with...
    Zdenek Sekera Mar 11, 2002
  • Tomas Zellerin wrote: > ... > > Statusline in both windows will be 'right', I deduce statusline > > cannot have 'local' values (local to a buffer/window/...). > > I don't even know if I am right with my conclusion or just > > doing something wrong... > > > Is this it? (note second line) > > 'statusline' 'stl' string (default empty) > global > {not in Vi} > {not available when...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 12, 2002
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  • Bram Moolenaar wrote: > ... > > From ":help :setlocal": > If the option does not have a local > value the global value is set. > > > Somehow I have a feeling they *cannot* be made local (I understand > > that for 'titlestring' but I would *love* to be able to set a different > > statusline depending on the buffer displayed. > > > > In any case, the above result seem confusing to me...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 12, 2002
  • :h setlocal says this: :setl[ocal] ... ... Without argument: Display all local option's local values which are different from the default. I tried on my system and got this: :setlocal --- Local option values --- autoindent include= textwidth=80 t_se=^[[1;36;40m --autoread makeprg= t_AB=^[[4%p1%dm t_so=^[[1;32;45m complete=.,b,u modified t_AF=^[[3%p1%dm t_te=^[[?47l^[8 define= path...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 11, 2002
  • Bram Moolenaar wrote: > > Ali Akcaagac wrote: > > > On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 22:50, Bram Moolenaar wrote: > > > > after applying the patches i saw one patch that failed. the first > > > > time this happens. > > > > > > Must have been patch 6.0.161. Strange, I don't see anything special > > > about this patch. It's for Win32, but if you unpacked the extra archive > > > it should just...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 7, 2002
  • If I split vertically a window, can I have a different status line for each subwindow ? If possible, how can I do that? E.g. I fire up :Sexplorer splitting vertically the window, left being Explorer, right is my buffer. I keep Explorer window very narrow, maybe some 25 chars only while buffer is 80 and over. My standard status line is way too long for Explorer so I'd somehow like...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 7, 2002
  • Bram Moolenaar wrote: > > This patch should get a better value for 'maxmemtot'. Previously it > used the limit for user data, which may be much too high. This may > result in a lot of swapping when editing huge files. > > This patch checks for the existence of the sysctl() and sysinfo() > functions. sysctl() is supposed to be present on BSD systems and > sysinfo() in Linux. But...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 4, 2002
  • Darren Hiebert wrote: > > There is a bug in Vim when a window is narrowed or widened with the > mouse, then resize using a ":set co=xx" command. Once a window size > is set by resizing with the mouse, it can never be resized again > with ":set co=xx", which will not actually change the window size, > but leaves Vim thinking that the window is of the commanded width. > I can't...
    Zdenek Sekera Feb 3, 2002
  • Lubomir Host wrote: ... > versions fails during linking or linking is very slowly, because script > link.sh is used to remove some unnecessary libraries. I think there is > no good idea, because process of linking repeat about 15x(very slow). > Please, try it like so: ... > auto/ALL_LIBS: > echo -n "ALL_LIBS = " > $@> echo -n "$(ALL_LIBS)"| awk 'BEGIN { RS = " "} {print}' | sort -u...
    Zdenek Sekera Jan 14, 2002