On Wed, Jun 14, 2000 at 11:48:29AM +0100, Philip Reynolds mentioned:
> John P. Looney (Kate)'s [jplooney-ilug at online.ie] 25 lines of dribble included:
> :> 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.
>>http://rickjames.sapien.net/vim/html/if_tcl.html> That was stuck in the depths of my links, helpful if not exactly what you were
> looking for.
Nah, found it. But it just does some toy stuff. I'm thinking "Well,
yeah, having TCL there is cool. But what can I do with it?". And I've not
come up with anything yet.
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