> Are there existing ideas, prototypes or forks of VIM
> with interactive GUI?
> I believe a decend GUI engine can boost
> the editing productivity by means of advanced
> interactive features.
> With a GUI I don't mean of course menus/buttons, but
> the design of the interaction and visual feedback, e.g.
> navigation, scrolling, more mouse features.
> Also I am very interested in realistic fonts, which could
> quickly improve the reading experience.
Not sure why you call this "renderer". It seems it's more about
> Currently I consider VIM a perfect editor and
> it would be hard to name something that is
> limiting it.
> But the GUI is, well, not enabling the above mentioned
> luxuries :)
> So how realistic is the scenario where VIM becomes
> these "features"?
> I understand intuitively that these "features" are the core of
> the application in this case. So it is more precise to
> ask whether the developers will consider prototype
> proposals adressing these features?
Vim has always been used in a terminal just as often as in the GUI. We
prefer functionality to be available in both. Doesn't need to look
exactly the same, that would be impossible, but it must be possible to
use mappings, plugins, etc. both in the GUI and the terminal the same
way. This does add restrictions to what's possible in the GUI.
Q: Why does /dev/null accept only integers?
A: You can't sink a float.
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