#vim - Thu 5 Apr 2007 between 11:29 and 13:29

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Proctoprjbs: a three way merge, but you just press 'a' to choose the changes from the first buffer and move on to the next difference, or 'b' for the second buffer.
rjbsdoesn't vimdiff do that?
Proctopdoes vimdiff use a parent too?
rjbsI haven't used 3- or 4-way diff, but it does have them.
Proctopregarding something else... I ran in to .pro files when compiling vim or rather.... a missing .pro file for beos. Any documentation regarding those .pro files?
rjbsNo clue.
Proctoprjbs: I suppose I should look in to vimdiff a bit more then.
actionXif chills
Xifchills
actionsomian tries to warm
somiantries to warm
mahasamootI used vim a few years ago, and at that time the gvimrc had every option with a comment. Now it just has an if statement checking the version, and a couple of things.
Where do I get the old style gvimrc, the new one is totaly useless
mgedminhow about Edit -> Settings Window
AmirMohammadanyone who wants to test twitters' client for Vim?
mahasamootbut that's non-presistent, isn't it?
tpopejust a wild guess but I would think the list of vim options is now so massive it would be silly to list all of them
somianI'm at a loss, mahasamoot. Ppl write a gvimrc to do what they need it to do. Why are you asking for one that's prewritten?
tpopeyou can make those options persist. :help :mkvimrc
tlhiv_workhi folks ... ViM is not correctly interpreting my filetype and thus is not doing syntax highlighting
is there a way to force it for this particular file?
somian:se ft=<something>
tpopeor :setf <something>
tlhiv_workperfect
that works
thanx
tpopeyou may like :help modeline
punk
somianleechpunk
mahasamootsomian: because, I can see the massive list of opitions, know what they are, what they do, and set them.
tpopemahasamoot, actually, you were probably looking at :options
mahasamoot:options? huh?
somianThe amusement of watching GwaiLo come and go on freenode all day long never gets old.
jamessanmahasamoot: type that in Vim
dharriganquit Oh, me hairy old legs are working up a treat with these new tasty cornflakes
mahasamootjamessan: options, right yummy!
actionjamessan boggles at dharrigan
jamessanboggles at dharrigan
Speckalhi all ... I needed to do some work in xp so I d/l'd vim 7... when I create my $HOME/_vimrc file with "set tabstop=2 // set shiftwidth=2" it disables all the syntax highlighting.... removing my vimrc file fixes it. Does vim not read the system defaults if I have a user vimrc file?
gnuvinceSpeckal: add syntax on to your _vimrc
Speckalokay....
how did it get turned off in the first place?
gnuvinceYour _vimrc file is executed first

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