#vim - Thu 22 Mar 2007 between 11:16 and 12:11

NY Lost Funds



jamessanguess they expire after a certain amount of time
Zathrusyeah
Elazarjamessan, Zathrus: Nice, thanks.
BTW... rather than using \s\+ and supressing 'pattern not found' with silent! could you not just use \s*?
Zathrusthen it'll match *EVERY* line.
ElazarIt's a matter of efficiency, then?
ZathrusI'd think so.
ElazarOK, was just curious.
Thans much again.
%s/Thans/Thanks/g
:P
Zathrusit's all jamessan's fault. I just steal from him.
actionjamessan eyes PamelaAnderson suspiciously
jamessaneyes PamelaAnderson suspiciously
suniuini have a question
jamessanyeah, I don't remember my reasoning for using \s\+
but I see no need to change it now :)
suniuinit says" Instead of putting plugins directly into the plugin/ directory, you may
better organize them by putting them into subdirectories under plugin/.
As an example, consider using "~/.vim/plugin/perl/*.vim" for all your Perl
plugins.
is it true??
jamessanif 'it' means the Vim documentation, then yes
suniuinwhen i put a plugin in a subdirectory, the functionality is gone
a subdirctory, i mean one in .vim/plugin
it is the documentation
jamessanworks fine for me
I moved a plugin into ~/.vim/plugin/foo and it shows up in ":scriptnames"
suniuino, but i can not see it on my vim
senteanyone know if it's possible to configure firefox to use Vim when viewing the source of webpages?
mgedminthere once was an extension (mozex) for that
shlsente: ffox 2.0 and up can do it out of box
pasteling"shl" at 86.95.206.221 pasted "firefox" (2 lines, 373B) at http://sial.org/pbot/23686
shlhmm, I lost some linebreaks somewhere :)
bene1How can I get the first and last line number of a visual selection?
I need it for a call of EnhancedCommentify
shlbene1: line("'<") and line("'>")
bene1thanks
VImtermutebbiab
senteshl: how do you configure though?
ted__hi. I have just started working at a new company. They use tabs exclusively. My vim is configured for spaces. how do I rig vim to start dealing w/ tabs?

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