#vim - Tue 1 May 2007 between 03:04 and 05:56

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raf256is there a tool to encode selected text to html entities?
" -> &quot; < -> &lt; and so on
sentewhat do i :h for for info on variables like s:error
(from the example at :help command)
definitely
what that tool is? i have no idea
scrooloose: command! -n=* :call S(<args>) <-- works
i now say: :S "blah.vim" .. is there anyway to say :S blah.vim (without the "quotes")
\amethystsente: use <f-args> instead
sentethank you
perfect
\amethystyou might also want -complete=file
sentenah, i wont really be passing files
was just using this as a simple example, i can do what i want now though
muchas gracias all
scrooloosehometime
l8r yo
linux__alieni have downloaded the kernel sources and am using cscope for code browsing i gave cscope -R to generate the cscope.out file but when i try to open any c file i get the following error
Error detected while processing /etc/vimrc:
line 32:
cs_read_prompt EOF: Illegal seek
E609: Cscope error: cscope: cannot read trailer offset from file cscope.out
Press ENTER or type command to continue
could someone tell me what the problem is ?
this happens only in the kernel code i ve an other code base where i ve used cscope there also but in that directory it works perfectly
has anyone faced this problem
could someone tell me how to get rid off this problem?
spx2what problem ?
linux__alieni have downloaded the kernel sources and am using cscope for code browsing i gave cscope -R to generate the cscope.out file but when i try to open any c file i get the following error
Error detected while processing /etc/vimrc:
<linux__alien> line 32:
<linux__alien> cs_read_prompt EOF: Illegal seek
<linux__alien> E609: Cscope error: cscope: cannot read trailer offset from file cscope.out
<linux__alien> Press ENTER or type command to continue
spx2, any ideas?
spx2linux__alien, none,for me compling the krnl src is a wst of tme
linux__alienspx2, i am looking at the kernel code to hack into it change certain areas and to understand how it works so for that i am using cscope . it has nothing to do with compilation
FlatHi, what do you call the line on which text appears if I say :echo text?
And is there a way to clear that line other than :echo ''?
frogonwheelsFlat: not sure - but you should be able to clear it with something like :redraw

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