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    Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    I told you we would be back- bwaha haha haha haha.....

    8)Pico 8)

    :P :P

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    non-vim users??? I don't understand.
    this would be like non-air breaters...

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    No matter how much I try, I can never get vi to work.

    Pico 8)

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    [quote author=trickster link=board=17;threadid=5493;start=0#52985 date=1036210295]
    No matter how much I try, I can never get vi to work.

    Pico 8)
    [/quote]

    Type [tt]vim[/tt] at the console. Should work after that. :P

    I like vi, but I got to admit, it is not easy to use. Gvim is fine. Haven't tried Kvim yet. Never tried elvis. Anymore vi-alikes?

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    I can't get VI to enter insert mode! I use VIM on the Debian box, and MCEdit on the Slackware box. Good apps.

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    [quote author=stryder144 link=board=17;threadid=5493;start=0#52987 date=1036211730]
    I like vi, but I got to admit, it is not easy to use. Gvim is fine. Haven't tried Kvim yet. Never tried elvis. Anymore vi-alikes?
    [/quote]

    I also like Gvim. When I'm in X, I always use Gvim instead of vim. Elvis is nice too, it was my favorite editor for a long time. One of the features I'm still missing is Elvis' ability to render HTML like a web browser (actually you can surf the web with Elvis :P). The result isn't the best out there, but it's nice when editing a web site.

    As for vi... alright, maybe some of you gurus could explain this to me since this gets me a bit confused. I've always had the impression that if you use the real vi, you must be running a Unix system. On all the Linux systems I know, vi is just a symlink to vim (or, in some cases, elvis). So, is there anyone out there who really is running vi on a Linux system?

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    [quote author=NGene link=board=17;threadid=5493;start=0#52990 date=1036226305]
    So, is there anyone out there who really is running vi on a Linux system?
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    Yes .. 2 soon to be 3 systems. All running OpenBSD.

    All bow to the unsrupassable power of OpenBSD!!

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    [quote author=Schotty link=board=17;threadid=5493;start=0#53004 date=1036272264]
    [quote author=NGene link=board=17;threadid=5493;start=0#52990 date=1036226305]
    So, is there anyone out there who really is running vi on a Linux system?
    [/quote]

    Yes .. 2 soon to be 3 systems. All running OpenBSD.

    All bow to the unsrupassable power of OpenBSD!!
    [/quote]

    OpenBSD is a Linux system...? :P

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    [quote author=NGene link=board=17;threadid=5493;start=0#53060 date=1036354016]
    OpenBSD is a Linux system...? :P
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    Oh ... much more than that

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    Re:Non vi(m) users club - revisited

    KVim.... it's KDE and VIM all in one.... who could possibly want more?

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