"Guest, Ken" wrote:
>> this reminds me,
> Would anyone be interested in my writing a third piece
> about vim, more specifically sourcing file and syntax
> highlighting [maybe a few other bits if you want]?
> Or would that be flogging a dead horse?
I found the first two excellent - I was always an emacs head, but there
aint much of that round here - and your vim manuals were among the best
I found - concise, to the point, and the stuff that you actually *use*
isn't either missing (because it'd be too obscure) or embedded in
*loads* of stuff that *is* too obscure.
I liked 'em, and a third installment wouldn't be overkil in my eyes.
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