Regarding the same screen shot, I notice the editor window has tabs.
Is this a property of PIDA or the editor. I'm looking for an IDE the
lets me use vim as an editor but also includes a file browser side
bar. PIDA is very close but doesn't quite have the behaviour I'm
looking for: when I click on a file on the file browser i want it to
be opened in a new editor tab. Currently PIDA appears to open it in
the same vim window. Can PIDA behave the way I've described?
On Mar 17, 11:11 am, Francois <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Maybe you can try this plugin to fine tune your vim color scheme
> Have a look at:
> BTW it could make a very good PIDA plugin it's in PyGTK
> Have a nice day
> On 17 mar, 13:45, Caio Nascimento <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Oh, that's a shame :(
> > I think I'll keep using Inkpot for a while and then, when I have the
> > time, maybe I'll work on a port to it :)
> > Thanks!
> > On Mar 16, 11:20 pm, Ali Afshar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > > Hello there,
> > > > I' found out about PIDA while searching for new plugins for Vim.
> > > > Looking at the screenshots, the most recent one (
> > > >http://pida.co.uk/files/screenshots/pida_0-5-2_17.png) had a good
> > > > looking colorscheme that made de curious.
> > > > Can you guys tell me what colorscheme is that?
> > > > Thanks!
> > > Hi, I am afraid that's not a Vim colour scheme, it's a Moo editor colour
> > > scheme. If you ever ported it to Vim, I would love to use it!
> > > Ali
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