On Tue, Jun 13, 2000 at 08:50:59PM +0100, Martin Donlon mentioned:
> Thats not really the problem, *I* don't want to know where I am, my macros
> need to know where they are:)
Ah right. No idea.
> > anyone know how Vim's builtin interpreters work ? You can compile perl
> > and TCL into Vim, but damned if I know how to make use of it...
> you have to enable them at compile time. :help perl gives a bit of info
> (sparse as usual)
I'd more meant "Seen any useful examples". I like the fact that the TCL
interpreter has the "socket" command. You could setup vim to backup stuff
over the network, when you write a file etc. Hmm.
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