#vim - Thu 19 Apr 2007 between 00:59 and 02:16

tpoperails, mongrel, mongrel_cluster
gnuvince_I don't like the documentation of Rails personally
tpopeor me, the configurator
it's okay, not great
gnuvince_Django really shines in that department
tpopewell it's improved a lot since 0.x
but it's still got those dumb frames that are impossible to link into
SAS_Spidey01Is Vim7s spellchecking support implemented in Vim or does it use an external program?
ALVANhow can i add a word at the end of every line ?
in a file
rici%s/$/ word/
ALVANrici, ok thanks
kucruthey guys...
what section of help should i read to create some kinda function that does some settings according to opened filetype?
thoratSAS_Spidey01: it's integrated in Vim
kucrut: :h new-filetype
SAS_Spidey01Thanks thorat
kucrutthorat: ok, thanks
thoratkucrut: tip: do :help filetype<C-d>
<C-d> means press Ctrl-d
it's very effective to get an overview of help topics
then you tab/s-tab through the list
Dislohey i need a bit of help i need to find out what an endline looks like in a file now i know there is a command in vi to show what is in a file and not hide formating stuff
praetisA newline "looks like" a physical break in the text. A newline "is" a number.
so, not sure what you mean
if you want to know where the newlines are, just search for $
and turn on hlsearch
Dislopraetis, well i am trying to see what newlines are because in windows they are /r and in unix it is \n or somthing so i was just wondering how to show formatting like spaces and newlines
yeah I'd do the above, just search for it and see if it shows up
with hlsearch on
I don't know how to have vim do that so if you really want it wait for someone else to answer
Dislook thanks
praetisfor example, /\r<Enter>
if nothing shows up, you've got no \r in there
oh and if vi can do it then vim can too because it's fully compatible
SAS_Spidey01Not 100% praetis afaict theres a few things not *implemented* from Vi

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