[Tutor] What has Editor X got that PyWin32 hasn't?
muchanek at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 17:35:36 CEST 2008
On Wed, 2008-08-13 at 16:59 +0200, tutor-request at python.org wrote:
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> Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 09:58:52 -0500
> From: "W W" <srilyk at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Tutor] What has Editor X got that PyWin32 hasn't?
> To: "Dick Moores" <rdm at rcblue.com>
> Cc: Python Tutor List <tutor at python.org>
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> On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 9:42 AM, Dick Moores <rdm at rcblue.com> wrote:
> > Since downloading vim 7.2 yesterday, I've had some trouble
> > vim and gvim (both were included). Can you help me out? gvim is
> GUI-vim, I
> > think. Isn't that what I want to learn? Is gvim a cut-down version
> of vim,
> > but enables you to use your mouse ( :set mouse=a)?
You can subscribe to vim mailing list by sending a blank email to
vim-subscribe at vim.org. It is very friendly even for beginners, Bram
Moolenaar, also gets to answer your questions sometimes! ;)
> As far as I know/have used, gvim is simply vim, but for lack of a
> comparison, in its own terminal. The same thing you would have if you
> to type "vim" at the command line.
> Honestly, the only thing I know how to do with the mouse in gvim is
> (middle click in linux). Or access the menus. That's one of the main
> I /use/ vim - so I don't have to touch the mouse :)
> As far as any keyboard commands that I use, I've not seen any
> between vim, vi, and gvim. The main difference is syntax highlighting.
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