kevin lyda said:
> On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 01:29:20PM +0100, am3yw88 at ask.com wrote:
> > [stuff]
>> for those that didn't quite get that it was just a note mentioning that
> there are lots of useful bits in the gnu textutils that people might
> want to look at. like if you're printing a bit of code that was written
> with lines longer then 80 chars you might use fold. ptx is useful for
> building indicies, and there are a host of others. point info or the
> gnome-help-browser at textutils for more info.
Was it not someone asking for some help with a perl script? anyway
am3yw88 at ask.com, "perldoc -f unpack" and look up the bit about
BTW -- re: the vim question -- it's a termcap setting. Can't remember
which one, but you can cp the termcap/terminfo databases to $HOME, export
TERMCAP=~/.termcap, and change the settings in that to your hearts
content; I think the ti/te resources do it.
Actually, Colm's suggestion (use titeinhibit) is better. ;)
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