#vim - Wed 14 Mar 2007 between 05:29 and 07:46

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sysmonks/:/;/
scroolooseohhhhh u mother *fuker*!!!
hahaha
actionsysmonk configured his synergy incorrectly, so when i press shift it makes leaves it "pressed"
sysmonkconfigured his synergy incorrectly, so when i press shift it makes leaves it "pressed"
scroolooseoh
i forgot
(1..10000000000).each {|x| puts "#{x} is the #{x == 39485713441 ? 'right' : 'wrong'} answer" }
;)
sysmonkaha! 39485713441
:)
scroolooseyou can all sleep now
sysmonkscrooloose: one mistake .... that number isn't in 1..10kkk
;)
scrooloosehurrah!
DOH
XeroXerIf I have a folder with 15 files in it and I want to run the same substitute command in them all is there a way to make it all in one command? :)
scroolooseu could use :argdo or just sed from the terminal
XeroXerhum ok. I'm really new to this. Pretty new to linux and all. :)
scroolooseusing sed: sed -i -e 's/find/replace/g' *
(where * is just a file matching pattern)
argdo will work out pretty similar at the end of the day
but id just use sed
XeroXerI'll give it a try
scrooloosebe sure to bak up the folder first...
XeroXerjust did that :)
scrooloose:)
XeroXeri got it working almost as I wanted. it wont replace \n
goldfish"What are you trying to do?"
XeroXerreplace all the linebreakers in 15 files for the text \n
goldfishwhat be "linebreakers" ?
XeroXerall the new rows. I have a document with say ten rows and want to remove them so it all ends up on one line
kiorkyyo
would like to know how to execute commands entering and leaving blockwise mode
*visual
(like set virtualedit=all)
XeroXerthanks for the sed command I got it working now. I tried using \n but it was \r :)
ico/cl
hawkinghi I use taglist.vim and I want to open taglist window automatically for certain files but 'au BufRead,BufNewFile *.py let Tlist_Auto_Open=1' doesn't work :/ any ideas?
lol 'au BufRead,BufNewFile *.py :TlistOpen' works .. sorry
vimpyhi

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