[dave at hoth ~]$ rpm -q --whatprovides /usr/bin/pico
Yup, pico does come with the pine package. So you can safely remove vim-* if
you don't want it.
On Sat, Mar 03, 2001 at 03:12:55PM -0000, Shane Ryan wrote:
> hi all,
>> whilst reading John P. Looney's (and the follow-ups) mail
> about text editors, can I assume that Pico is packaged with
>> if so, can I uninstall the vim and vim-common rpm packages?
> (I am trying to minimize the install for an older machine).
> I'm not really a great fan of vim or emacs, basically they're too
> complicated looking and Pico seems to suit me fine at the moment...
>> thanks for your help,
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