#vim - Fri 20 Apr 2007 between 19:19 and 20:23

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tpopewell, I don't have it where I can cd ~/ and cvs ci
I more explicitly cp stuff into/out of the repository
and have scripts to help
ipkisshow often do you need the sfclead abbreviation?
shltpope: and those scripts are under ~/bin ?
tpopeshl: it's sync-tpope, which is mainly for rsyncing but does the cvs stuff too
shlic. I found actually working from ~ with the CVS commands ok, as long as you grep -v "^?" on some commands
tpopeyeah, but I want to sync more frequently than I commit
I don't want to commit every tiny update just to share it
comandcan anyone tell me what the practial difference is between gvim with the gtk2 gui, vs. the gnome gui?
n/m, gui_x11.html#gui-gnome
action[1]somian wonders if should put his .vimrc online, for the special cygwin-guiwin32 interoperability hacks in it.
[1]somianwonders if should put his .vimrc online, for the special cygwin-guiwin32 interoperability hacks in it.
action[1]somian thinks it would probably scare most people and reflects that it might be better not to
[1]somianthinks it would probably scare most people and reflects that it might be better not to
action[1]somian considers a warning label for it: "Not for woman who are pregnant or nursing, or may become pregnant."
[1]somianconsiders a warning label for it: "Not for woman who are pregnant or nursing, or may become pregnant."
action[1]somian realizes that only watchers of US TV adverts are likely to get that one.
[1]somianrealizes that only watchers of US TV adverts are likely to get that one.
A_Tuinhi all
Industriallo
A_Tuinanyone knows how to filter the output from a :read ex command before to insert it into the current buffer?
[1]somianHi A_Tuin
A_Tuinhi [1]somian
Nyoxi_A_Tuin: :he :r!
A_Tuinok Nyoxi_ , tnx
[1]somianA_Tuin: one way to solve it might be to invoke one of vim's external scripting bindings, like perl, ruby or python. Another might be to use an external program like awk
A_Tuinmm i'm using :read yet
i can do it by reading the output of an external command
[1]somianyes
A_Tuini want to know if it's possible to use :redir
to put the output into a register
and then make a substitution
[1]somianSomeone with more vim-fu than I can say "whether its possible" with more confidence.
A_Tuin:)
[1]somianredir is fairly tricky (to me), I haven't used it a lot.
There's also the simple :let @[a-z] = approach
A_Tuin[1]somian, i'm new with vim scripting, i only want to learn some
[1]somianWell, take little steps.
A_Tuincurrently i invoke a gawk script
but will be nice, make all with vim internals
[1]somianI have found that vim/ex scripting is best accomplished in learning small techniques one by one and then putting pieces together, but then i am probably not very bright, some other people are probably able to do things in bigger leaps
riciA_Tuin: you could certainly do something like this:
:read <fn> | :%!prog args

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