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Greetings! I'm a professional software developer and geek born in the home computer age, living in Germany, who has a lovely daughter with my Japanese wife.


Sep
15
revised Vim Copy to System Clipboard without overwriting the default register(")
Fix typo in title.
Sep
15
answered Vim - statusline and links
Sep
7
comment Random colored column?
Probably a plugin defining some signs.
Sep
5
answered Random colored column?
Sep
2
comment Find and change certain LaTeX coding in vim, using regular expressions?
@sam Then the plugin (and its dependencies) hasn't been properly installed.
Aug
25
answered Find and change certain LaTeX coding in vim, using regular expressions?
Aug
25
answered Vim: Exit single character replace mode with <C-C> when using `nnoremap <C-C> <silent> <C-C>`
Aug
18
answered Vim delay when using Ctrl+C, but only in SQL files
Aug
18
comment How do I change the colour of text matching a regex in vim?
@Gnouc: mark.vim supports Vim 7.2, 7.3, and also 7.4. The version given on vim.org is the lowest supported one!
Aug
8
comment Can you further integrate and present sequential moreutils vipe command output in vim using successive splits etc?
You're right, it's just a concept, not a complete solution. With more than two invocations in the pipeline, that is probably much more complex. I wonder whether it isn't sufficient to just manually :write! save-pipe, followed by :pedit save-pipe whenever you need it?!
Aug
8
comment Can you further integrate and present sequential moreutils vipe command output in vim using successive splits etc?
The temp file is created by vipe (using something like mktemp()), and that filename is passed to Vim, I suppose.
Aug
8
answered refresh changed content of file opened in vi(m)
Aug
8
answered Can you further integrate and present sequential moreutils vipe command output in vim using successive splits etc?
Aug
8
answered Keymaping for re-indent source code in Vim
Aug
7
answered Specifying height for vertical splits in vim
Aug
1
comment Where should xt.vim be put on osX?
Commands that start with : are given in Vim; if you're new to Vim, try vimtutor (in the shell), or any of the many Internet resources, e.g. vimcasts.org
Aug
1
comment Where should xt.vim be put on osX?
You don't need to copy them; Vim looks in both locations (see :h 'runtimepath'). I would recommend looking for a newer Vim package (if available); Vim 7.2 is from 2008!
Aug
1
comment Where should xt.vim be put on osX?
The leading . makes the file hidden; this is customary (on Unix and OS X) for configuration, so that it doesn't distract you. ls -a shows those files.
Aug
1
comment Where should xt.vim be put on osX?
Yes, please put your custom Vim files at ~/.vim (creating dirs if necessary); the /usr/share/vim location is a system location; never modify that; you'll lose changes during upgrades or reinstalls!
Aug
1
answered Can I specify the layout of a vsplit command?