|bytecolor||what kind of spell checking is available to vim?|
|Xenguy||bytecolor: version 7 has it|
|bytecolor||specifically, for when writing a DocBook|
ah? might have to install it, been wanting to anyway
|Xenguy||bytecolor: RTFM I guess ;-)|
|bytecolor||heh, nod :)|
|Zathrus||there's a plugin/script for 6, but 7's is better|
|bytecolor||well, lets see if I can hose my dapper box...|
|CPUnerd||anyone knows how I can read only the first like.. 10 lines of a file ?|
not load the rest of the file (after 10) into buffer ?
|manuhack_||hi, anyone here uses the c++ omni complete http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1520|
|bytecolor||CPUnerd, there is the 'head' command on unix/mac that you could wield|
I use it all the time to read header from previous files :r!head -c 10 file
may be a vim cl option, dunno
that's an ed range selection, no?
|bartel||dunno, sounds right|
|manuhack_||I install that script, but cant get it work for STL as in the screenshot|
the thing is I cannot load the file itself
ah sorry stupid comment
:10r filename gives me invalid range
argh found an article 10 minutes ago for emacs how to do it, but I refuse.
I closed and cleared my history.
|bytecolor||hrm, yeah 10r fn looks like it 'insterts' the contens of fn at the 10th line|
|bartel||oh, i thought that's what he meant|
|bartel||bytecolor: i like you :r!head -c 10 file method now|
|CPUnerd||r!head -100 filename|
not -c 10
|bytecolor||yeah, -c is bytes, sorry|
went a little crosseyed :)
argh, that only reads the first something lines..