Python Vim Module
tim at vegeta.ath.cx
Sat Nov 10 15:19:41 CET 2001
Jonathan Gardner <jgardn at alumni.washington.edu> graced us by uttering:
> I am announcing my intentions to work on a python vim module.
> The first version will be just enough to send messages to a Vim session. I
> am aiming for it to work on the Linux platform first.
> If anyone out there is working on something similar or have already done
> something like this, let me know.
Well, vim-python comes with a python module, vim.py. It's imported from
within a vim session and provides access to vim objects (buffers, lines,
settings) with a python interface.
I don't know if this will work if imported from outside of a vim
session, but it's worth trying. I'll check it out tomorrow.
And even if it _can't_ be used from outside vim, you might consider a
different name for the module, eg, vim_remote or something.
Good night all.
A computer owner who can read the manual.
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