|goibhniu||okdavinci: you can edit it but you can't write over the file ... you can only save it somewhere else|
oh ... maybe I'm wrong ... I don't know :)
|okdavinci||is there a command require a root password and then I can save the file?|
|goibhniu||I understand, but I don't know how, you could always use sudo chmod or chown and then change it back again, if sudo is configured|
|okdavinci||it is inconvenient for me.|
|Zao||okdavinci: Gentoo has some :SudoRead and :SudoWrite scripts. I've got no idea where they got them from.|
|greg72||hi there, is it possible to make vim putting 8 spaces when I hit a tab?|
|nagi||when I start gvim in gnome, it gives "no valid font found" and continues with normal vim. How can I fix it? Could somebody help me?|
is it posible to use ttf fonts in gvim for gui that I imported from windows?
|dindinx||you have to use a fixed (non proportionnal) font.|
|spiiph||You'll have to change the guifont setting|
|nagi||thank you dindinx and spiiph! problem solved with fixed font !|
|okdavinci||:w !sudo tee % work as a sudo_write|
every clever implements
|tirkal||what's the recommended SVN-integration Vim script?|
I've got a handy script (in ruby), that does a grep on a find in the current directory, and gives me back a filename
what would be the easiest way to have vim interface with it?
or: where can I read about that kind of stuff?
|tirkal||what does "<leader>cc" mean?|
VCSCommand tells me I need to press it
|tirkal||chr1s_: thanks, works (what makes \ a "leader"?)|
|dindinx||tirkal: :help mapleader|
|toxik||I need to communicate with gvim through a parent process somehow, how would I do that? I've gathered that stdin/stdout is impossible|
|ipkiss||toxik: maybe using the netbeans interface|
see :h netbeans
how to open a buffer into a splitting window?
you can also :sp, then use one of the buffers commands to load the buffer you want