On Mon, Feb 04, 2002 at 11:03:04AM +0000, John P. Looney mentioned:
> On Mon, Feb 04, 2002 at 10:37:57AM +0000, Donncha O Caoimh mentioned:
> > I don't have the answer, but check here for help, chances are someone
> > may have contributed it:
> > http://vim.sourceforge.net/>> They didn't :(
>> However, I ended up writing a shell script that did;
> # Program to print something like;
> # id=i-3BAB-503F-167952>
>> time_string=`date "+%S%M %s"`
> echo "id=\"i-`printf "%x-%x-%04d" $RANDOM 1$time_string`\">"
>> and a Vim macro that did;
>> imap ,index <indexterm ^[:r!indexterm.sh^MkJA
One problem with this...the ':r!' works fine, if it's a new line.
However, it always reads into the line below, at the start of the line. Is
there a way to read in a command output (or file) halfway through a line,
at the cursor ?
John Looney Chief Scientist
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