shawn.corey at sympatico.ca
Tue Oct 11 17:54:17 UTC 2005
> From: Vincent Trouilliez <vincent.trouilliez at modulonet.fr>
> Subject: Re: gvim ??
> To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
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> Yes but until you pointed me to it, I didn't know I was right ! ;-)
> Well okay, "vim-gnome", should have rung a bell at least, but I must
> confess, I looked very very very quickly in Synaptic, and was really
> expecting to find 'gvim', so I didn't pay any attention to 'vim-gnome'
> at first... until you pointed me to it, and it suddenly made sense ;-)
> Still, it's strange that the package is called this way, and it's not
> even available from the application installer (no .desktop file I
> guess...). Soon they will rename 'gedit' into 'edit-gnome', and in
> Dapper Drake I will spend weeks just to find my text editor ! ;o)
Actually gvim stands for GUI VIM. It is an enhancement you can add to MS
Windows to get vim as a GUI. See http://www.vim.org/ Apparently,
vim-gnome is the variation used by GNOME; I haven't tried it yet since
vim does everything I want.
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