[Chicago] February Meeting

Josh Cronemeyer jcroneme at thoughtworks.com
Mon Feb 2 19:03:24 CET 2009


I'm a vim user, but never delved into customizing it beyond the usual 
stuff.  Would be cool to have a peek at that sort of stuff.

Frank Duncan <herbieman2000 at gmail.com> 
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02/02/09 11:20 AM
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Re: [Chicago] February Meeting


I can give a talk on how to use python to extend vim (as opposed to using 
vimscript).  This allows you to do some neat things with asynchronous 
communication to various other systems to build a better development 
environment.  Or if you aren't into that sort of thing, you can at least 
extend vim with less pain and hassle.  I can make that talk as short as 10 
minutes (overview, slides with code, basic descriptions) all the way up to 
30 minutes (code on the fly, deeper explanation of vim, Common Lisp, 

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