rotation

2007-03-07 Thread fREW
to do these with macros, but I thought there might be some builtin or something. Thanks! -- -fREW

Re: rotation

2007-03-07 Thread fREW
Cool! Thanks Tim and A.J. And yeah, sorry about the typo with 'ust a test jThis is ', I meant to include that space. And I use Vim7 so I can use any extensions that may have been added then. Thanks again! -fREW On 3/7/07, Tim Chase [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone know

Re: How to paste without replace the content in buffer

2007-03-10 Thread fREW
p, string3 will be replaced with string2 instead of string1. I'm wondering if there is any way to avoid change the content in the buffer? Thanks, Peng -- -fREW

OmniCompletion for C#/.NET

2007-03-13 Thread fREW
! -fREW

Re: Case-sensitive match for :e under cygwin?

2007-03-13 Thread fREW
the cygwin filename stuff: http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Gentoo_on_Cygwin#.22Managed.22_mounts I hope that helps! -fREW -- -fREW

Re: Netrw go up dir command

2007-03-16 Thread fREW
Isn't a vimball just another archive? It seems, according to the vimball help file that it's just a bunch of inert files. It doesn't really run anything... Maybe I am wrong, though. -fREW On 3/16/07, Steve Hall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Charles E Campbell Jr, Fri, March 16, 2007 12:17

inserting newlines

2007-03-19 Thread fREW
doing: oesc or Oesc where it would be nice to have a single key that would do this. Is there already such a feature, or should I just do something like nnoremap zj oEsc nnoremap zk OEsc I realize that zk and zj are still two keystrokes, but they are easier to type as it is. Thanks! -- -fREW

Re: Consistently exit message display with 'q'?

2007-03-20 Thread fREW
probably already know that ;-) -fREW

Re: Plug-ins for C++ Development

2007-03-22 Thread fREW
! -- -fREW

Re: Project script

2007-03-23 Thread fREW
it... Regards, Mika He certainly responds to emails about bugfixes and did so for me just a few months ago, so it's worth a shot to email him. -- -fREW

completion menu colors

2007-04-02 Thread fREW
Hi all, Is there a way to change the completion menu colors? -fREW

Re: completion menu colors

2007-04-02 Thread fREW
On 4/2/07, Peter Hodge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- fREW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Is there a way to change the completion menu colors? Change the highlighting options for the Pmenu* highlight groups: :hi Pmenu ctermfg=Cyanctermbg=Blue cterm=None guifg=Cyan guibg=DarkBlue

Re: Question about paragraphs: make lines containing only whitespace characters a paragraph separator

2007-04-04 Thread fREW
| silent! %s/\s\+$//ge | endif That will erase any trailing whitespace whenever you save the file. --fREW

Re: Silly Question

2007-04-08 Thread fREW
with l. What's the most interesting name anyone can find, and also the most damaging? -- Matthew Winn My realnames all do something boring: Arthur (Append rthur) Axel (Append xel) Schmidt (Replace line with chmidt) And my nickname is even sillier fREW (find an R, move to the end of a WORD

Re: copy pasting HTML code into vim

2007-04-10 Thread fREW
language it could probably be done. -fREW

Re: let loaded_matchparen = 1

2007-04-15 Thread fREW
that I can say, make the cursor have a red background and make the matched paren (or whatever) have a blue background? And is there a way to do this that won't break if the background is already red/blue? -fREW

Re: how to avoid deleting the auto-indent in a new empty line when i press Esc

2007-04-16 Thread fREW
On 4/16/07, Tom Whittock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I need is to always keep the auto-indented spaces. So next time I can start to insert from the spaced cursor. Alternatively use cc to edit the ostensibly blank line. This will open the line using the correct auto indent. Get into this

Re: Annoying insertion.

2007-04-17 Thread fREW
(http://vim-latex.sourceforge.net/index.php?subject=manualtitle=Tutorial#tutorial) explains how to use it. I started using it for some Calculus stuff I have to write and it really saves me keystrokes and whatnot. It has conveniences for viewing and compiling as well. I highly recommend it. -fREW

Re: RAM issues

2007-04-18 Thread fREW
On 4/18/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: fREW wrote: Does anyone know if vim uses less ram with nextaw, motif, or gtk, assume that none of the libraries are already loaded? -fREW I suppose the only way to know is to compile gvim with each of the three libraries and otherwise

Re: button t useless?

2007-04-26 Thread fREW
to delete till the (, dt( will do the trick, whereas dfe will not unless you do it twice. Honestly, I use t more because it fits my mental model better, like tim was talking about. -fREW

Re: $HOME inconsistent in Windows?

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
If you haven't already gotten an answer you may want to try logging out and back in. I recall having some issues with the Environment variables in windows. On 5/9/07, Chris Sutcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey All, I've defined a HOME environment variable as %HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH%. In a

How to make a replacer function

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
How does one make a function that will surround a visual selection? Example: Hello, my name is fREW. Select my name and say, :Bang() and the text should now be Hello, bmy name/b is fREW. I presume it will have something to do with using ' and ', but beyond that I am not really sure. Thanks

Re: what feature is required to return to last editing position?

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
? Couldn't we set up that latter part manually somehow with scripts? Like, if I am root, viminfo is .viminfo-ux and otherwise, viminfo is .viminfo-uy? -fREW

Re: How to make a replacer function

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
On 5/14/07, Ian Tegebo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/14/07, fREW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How does one make a function that will surround a visual selection? Example: Hello, my name is fREW. Select my name and say, :Bang() and the text should now be Hello, bmy name/b is fREW. I

Re: Vim and email quoting

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
since mailx grin. What tips/scripts are you using and what are your favourites? Yeah, I am interested as well. What do you use to do all of this? -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Wiki Template Proposal

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
that I had was to completely remove the first header (==Tip: #{{{id}}} - {{{title}}}==) and have the tips actually indexed something like that, so you would have that header by default, and then a comments thing at the bottom. -fREW

Re: book

2007-05-14 Thread fREW
, but it's still a good start. But I think you would probably be fine with the tutorial as well. -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Tip Page Formatting Deadline

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
think we could easily require it. Also, it should be obvious that I prefer the Tip2 template ;-) -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Wiki Template Proposal

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
it might be surprising when you make a tip, and it's gone the next day. But a redirect like wikipedia has might make that more reasonable. Sound good? -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Tip Page Formatting Deadline

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
On 5/15/07, Gary Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2007-05-15, Tom Purl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Task: Wiki Format Sign-Off Deadline: Monday, May 21st (arbitrary, I know) Overview We've had some great, constructive discussions lately regarding how we will be creating and

Re: Vim Wiki - Wiki Template Proposal

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
is great :-) I think you dropped off an a when you sent out the link though. http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Wiki Template Proposal

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
On 5/15/07, fREW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/15/07, Sebastian Menge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Am Dienstag, den 15.05.2007, 10:03 +0200 schrieb Sebastian Menge: There is an extension called InbutBox but I have not understood yet howto use it. Now I have. There is a sample on http

calling normal commands from ex/a function

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
and then after the second command I want to do: ctrlwl zM zr Thanks! -fREW

Re: Tip #80: Restore cursor to file position in previous editing session does not work on Ubuntu

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
Ubuntu upgrades and that fixed it. Hope that helps! -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Wiki Template Proposal

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
leave the discussion for meta-thought and not actual thoughts about content. -fREW

Re: calling normal commands from ex/a function

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
On 5/16/07, Charles E Campbell Jr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: fREW wrote: Hey everyone, How do I have a function call Normal commands? Example: I'd like to make a function that will open a certain file, and then set the foldlevel to 1, and then go to the right window. So I have: function

Re: Vim Wiki - Tip Page Formatting Deadline

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
to be run on wikia. I don't think it would be that hard to scrape and moving a tip is even simpler. So you just move all the tips created since the last run of the cron job and move them to $id - $title -fREW

Re: embedable vim?

2007-05-16 Thread fREW
with mutt. I think that you can embed vim with konqueror or something like that, but for the most part you should vote for that as a feature in vim. Currently it is #4. Hope that helps. [1] http://www.vim.org/sponsor/vote_results.php -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Wiki Template Proposal

2007-05-17 Thread fREW
and accuracy, and should delete unhelpful comments. John That sounds reasonable to me. -fREW

Re: embedable vim?

2007-05-17 Thread fREW
to copy paste the text to vim and back .. (windows only) Marc That's actually one of the vim tips out there. Search for windows and it's one of the top 10 I think. -fREW

Re: Vim Wiki - Tip id and URL

2007-05-18 Thread fREW
. Redirects do seem to be easy to do. If we have a page and move it to somewhere else, the old URL automatically redirects to the new one. If I understand what Tony is saying, it would be pretty easy. -fREW

Re: remote editing and spell list sync

2007-05-20 Thread fREW
choices. Yakov I agree with Yakov. I have my dotfiles for zsh and vim and a number of other programs in an svk and I can do svk push and it will commit it to an svn server on another computer. That is nice because I can have backups but also don't NEED internet access to commit. -fREW

Re: launching vim from eclipse

2007-05-20 Thread fREW
that. I don't know off hand though. -fREW

weird defaults in Feisty

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
Hey all, I just updated to feisty on a samba server machine and a lot of the vim defaults went crazy. For example: Pressing the Up or Down keys in insert mode add new lines with just A or B on them, respectively. That I can live with, but check this out, if I have the following sentence: fREW

Re: weird defaults in Feisty

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
On 5/22/07, Michael Hernandez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On May 22, 2007, at 11:39 AM, fREW wrote: Hey all, I just updated to feisty on a samba server machine and a lot of the vim defaults went crazy. For example: Pressing the Up or Down keys in insert mode add new lines with just A or B

Re: weird defaults in Feisty

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
arrow keys' ANSI sequences (esc[A and esc[B). Wouldda thought the esc would break out of insert mode, but... That I can live with, but check this out, if I have the following sentence: fREW is a silly guy and my cursor is on the s, and I press cw, it changes to fREW is a sill$ guy and it works

Re: weird defaults in Feisty

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
On 5/22/07, fREW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/22/07, Gene Kwiecinski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just updated to feisty on a samba server machine and a lot of the vim defaults went crazy. For example: Pressing the Up or Down keys in insert mode add new lines with just A or B on them

Re: weird defaults in Feisty

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
On 5/22/07, Peter Palm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Op dinsdag 22 mei 2007, schreef fREW: I figured it out and if anyone else has this problem I am sending out the solution. Basically when I run vi it is running vim.tiny. vim.tiny sources /etc/vim/vimrc.tiny, not /etc/vim/vimrc, also, vim.tiny

Re: weird defaults in Feisty

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
On 5/22/07, David Nečas (Yeti) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, May 22, 2007 at 09:39:29AM -0600, fREW wrote: I just updated to feisty on a samba server machine and a lot of the vim defaults went crazy. For example: Pressing the Up or Down keys in insert mode add new lines with just A or B

Re: Vim to Vi (Was: weird defaults in Feisty)

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
having explained to him a couple things that might help him out (r for replacing single characters and whatnot) I think he might start the path to enlightenment ;-) -fREW

Re: A performance question

2007-05-22 Thread fREW
: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1506. -fREW

Re: VimWiki - referring to vimdoc

2007-05-23 Thread fREW
be a link to where ever? It would then look right on paper, but you could still click it. -fREW

Re: A performance question

2007-05-23 Thread fREW
unix tools (sed and grep I think), but nontheless, text files can be big too ;-) -fREW

Re: A performance question

2007-05-25 Thread fREW
On 5/25/07, Yakov Lerner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/25/07, Yongwei Wu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 24/05/07, Robert M Robinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 23 May 2007, fREW wrote: |Someone recently was emailing the list about looking at a small |section of DNA with vim as text

Re: VimWiki - Page Titles

2007-05-27 Thread fREW
that lets you treat mediawiki articles like real files. Simply edit with vim, :wq, done. Or for the bulkimport: copy/write prepared files to the fs. Sebastian. That WikipediaFS is pretty gnarly. Thanks for the tip ;-) -- -fREW

Re: VimWiki - Page Titles

2007-05-27 Thread fREW
On 5/27/07, fREW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/27/07, Sebastian Menge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi I have prepared a list with problematic page titles. Especially titles with chars like [/#{}[]*] and the like are problematic since mediawiki doesnt allow them (even if one urlencodes them

Re: Re[2]: mbox format archive?

2007-05-29 Thread fREW
archivefile2send Cheers, Alan Isaac The interesting thing is that the guy who is in question of being a spammer is the same guy who asked for safeguards against that type of thing... -- -fREW

Re: mbox format archive?

2007-05-29 Thread fREW
to the listmanager, looks like I can whip out something that will make me an archive so all good. thanks for your offer though AJ. A. I don't think you are a spammer/bot! :-) -- -fREW

Re: Why bottom-posting is prefered on Vim Mainling List?

2007-05-29 Thread fREW
]. The guy has it for Outlook, Word, Visual Studio (all flavors as far as I know), and some more. The Word and Outlook on come together, so it's really not that bad of a deal if you use both. [1]: http://www.viemu.com/ -- -fREW

Re: Is there a xml formatter?

2007-05-30 Thread fREW
Or just try gg=G after you had opened your xml file. 4) to reformat an existing file: gggqG What is the actual difference of these two commands? I usually use = for code and gq for text, so I presumed that one was for formatting and one was for 'linewidth'ing. -- -fREW

Re: Is there a xml formatter?

2007-05-30 Thread fREW
On 5/30/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: fREW wrote: Or just try gg=G after you had opened your xml file. 4) to reformat an existing file: gggqG What is the actual difference of these two commands? I usually use = for code and gq for text, so I presumed that one

Re: JSVI: Vi implemented in Javascript

2007-05-30 Thread fREW
stuck with it, just because it's so ridiculous. -- -fREW

Re: No Previous Regular expression

2007-05-31 Thread fREW
folks, I appreciate it. tim If this list had a FAQ, it would probably contain this issue and the large file issue (and maybe something about bottom posting :-P ) So you are certainly not alone. -- -fREW

Re: No Previous Regular expression

2007-05-31 Thread fREW
On 5/31/07, Tim Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 31 May 2007, fREW wrote: ... If this list had a FAQ, it would probably contain this issue and the large file issue (and maybe something about bottom posting :-P ) So you are certainly not alone. 1)What is the large file issue? (you

Re: gvim 7 highlight search string

2007-06-01 Thread fREW
this was another symptom (I think.) -- -fREW

Re: OT: Vi in a browser...

2007-06-01 Thread fREW
the y/d Ex command takes any range, I also regularly use :.,$d to do just from my current line to the EOF, or :1,.d to pull from the first line through the current line. -tim Awesome. Tim is our ex friend. Or something? -- -fREW

Re: collapsing single lines of html tag attributes via plugin??

2007-06-01 Thread fREW
conceal if it were in standard vim. Definitely. -- -fREW

Re: vimlatex and mks

2007-06-04 Thread fREW
there is someone around using vimlatex ... TIA, Sebastian. I can reproduce it, but it disappears before I can copy paste it. -- -fREW

Re: Multiple search highlights?

2007-06-04 Thread fREW
of colors for all the search items I've entered. Is this currently doable, and if not, do you think it's possible to accomplish using a plugin? Thanks, Who doesn't want an angry fruit salad of colors? -- -fREW

Re: VimWiki - released finally

2007-06-05 Thread fREW
a lot of good content now, but to make it excellent we need You! If you ever posted a tip or a comment to the old tips database, please have a look at it on the wiki, and review the page. Every little bit helps! See you on the wiki, Sebastian. I am EXCITED! -- -fREW

Re: ex editor

2007-06-05 Thread fREW
to use it yet. -- -fREW

Re: VimWiki - released finally

2007-06-05 Thread fREW
have a lot of good content now, but to make it excellent we need You! If you ever posted a tip or a comment to the old tips database, please have a look at it on the wiki, and review the page. Every little bit helps! See you on the wiki, Sebastian. I am EXCITED! -- -fREW