Silent1 | 1 Apr 19:33 2007
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Re: Reannouncing vimplugin: A vim plugin for Eclipse

Just a quick question about the overal goal of the project. Would vim
just become an editor inside eclipse? Or would we be able to still use
vim inside eclipse but still use code completion say from plugins like
zends php project for eclipse or phpeclipse or any of the languagle
specific plugins? Thanks
--Brendon

On 3/30/07, Sebastian Menge <sebastian.menge <at> uni-dortmund.de> wrote:
> Hi all
>
> After a long time of no activity we restarted the work on a small plugin
> to embed vim into the Eclipse IDE.
>
> See http://vimplugin.sf.net and http://sf.net/vimplugin for details.
>
> If you are familiar with eclipse, there is an update site
> http://vimplugin.sf.net/update with the latest build.
>
> Microsoft users have to use the cygwin version of vim.
>
> We also have a prototype of an eclipse-plugin that talks to a gvim that
> acts as "netbeans" server (:help netbeans).
>
> More detailed info on that can be found here:
> http://vimplugin.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/vimplugin/branches/vimclient/doc/README
>
> Both projects are standard eclipse projects that can be checked out
> anonymously via subversion (you need subclipse then):
>
> http://vimplugin.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/vimplugin/trunk/vimplugin
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Alexei Alexandrov | 1 Apr 20:18 2007
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Spell checking in cwindow

Hi All!

When spell checking is on by default, quick fix window is full of spell checking errors. Probably it should
have off always, shouldn't it?

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A.J.Mechelynck | 1 Apr 20:33 2007
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Re: Spell checking in cwindow

Alexei Alexandrov wrote:
> Hi All!
> 
> When spell checking is on by default, quick fix window is full of spell checking errors. Probably it should
have off always, shouldn't it?
> 

Spell checking is off by default (the default for 'spell' is off). If it is on 
in a window you create, it must be because you set it yourself, maybe in your 
vimrc.

To avoid setting it in "special" windows, use something like

	:autocmd BufNewFile,BufReadPost * if &buftype != ''
		\ | setlocal nospell | endif

Best regards,
Tony.
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Sebastian Menge | 2 Apr 10:57 2007
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Re: Reannouncing vimplugin: A vim plugin for Eclipse

Am Sonntag, den 01.04.2007, 13:33 -0400 schrieb Silent1:
> Just a quick question about the overal goal of the project. Would vim
> just become an editor inside eclipse? Or would we be able to still use
> vim inside eclipse but still use code completion say from plugins like
> zends php project for eclipse or phpeclipse or any of the languagle
> specific plugins? Thanks
> --Brendon

[replying to vim-dev only]
[crossposting to vimplugin-devel]

The overall goal of the project is to tightly integrate vim into
eclipse. That means that the developer should choose what features of
what program to use.

On a higher level the idea is to treat vim as real editor component but
to let other things like compiling, cvs/svn, integration of
api-documentation, large scale refactorings, perhaps gui-building to the
IDE.

So the spirit is "Vim is not an IDE".

The eclipse core plugin architecture uses so called "extension points"
to define its interfaces. The idea of vimplugin is to map those
extension points to vim features where possible/adequate. That means
that if phpeclipse and the like work as intended with such interfaces,
the integration with vim could work out.

Problems will come when there are redundant features: Which one is the
better? (e.g. QuickFix, Buffers)
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Sergey Khorev | 2 Apr 17:54 2007
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Re: Reannouncing vimplugin: A vim plugin for Eclipse

Sebastian Menge wrote:
> Am Sonntag, den 01.04.2007, 13:33 -0400 schrieb Silent1:
>> Just a quick question about the overal goal of the project. Would vim
>> just become an editor inside eclipse? Or would we be able to still use
>> vim inside eclipse but still use code completion say from plugins like
>> zends php project for eclipse or phpeclipse or any of the languagle
>> specific plugins? Thanks
>> --Brendon
> 
> [replying to vim-dev only]
> [crossposting to vimplugin-devel]
> 
> The overall goal of the project is to tightly integrate vim into
> eclipse. That means that the developer should choose what features of
> what program to use.
> 
> On a higher level the idea is to treat vim as real editor component but
> to let other things like compiling, cvs/svn, integration of
> api-documentation, large scale refactorings, perhaps gui-building to the
> IDE.
> 
> So the spirit is "Vim is not an IDE".
> 
> The eclipse core plugin architecture uses so called "extension points"
> to define its interfaces. The idea of vimplugin is to map those
> extension points to vim features where possible/adequate. That means
> that if phpeclipse and the like work as intended with such interfaces,
> the integration with vim could work out.
> 
> Problems will come when there are redundant features: Which one is the
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David Terei | 2 Apr 19:05 2007
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Googel Summer of Code: Mentor

Hi all,

My name is David Terei, I applied for Google SOC with Vim (Eclipse
plug-in). I also applied for Mozilla (Thunderbird) and they contacted
me, telling me I have also been assigned a mentor by the Vim project and
asked me to please put them in contact with that person.

No one from Vim has tried to contact me yet so I'm just going off this
information, and I'm not sure who to contact regarding SOC (couldn't
find info on website and IRC failed as well), so I thought this would be
the next best place to ask.

Best Regards,

David Terei

Marcin Wojdyr | 2 Apr 21:59 2007
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GSOC - we assigned mentor for the same student

Hi,
I tried to contact you about week ago (but I didn't notice, that I
must be subscribed to the list to post), and I also sent an e-mail to
Bram
last week, but I didn't get a reply.

Vim and Fityk both assigned mentors to student Diaa. I've contacted
Diaa, and he wrote me that he would choose Fityk (I'll be his mentor
from Fityk). Is it ok with you?

Cheers,
Marcin

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Yakov Lerner | 4 Apr 11:50 2007
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wish: show search progress on slow searches

Wish: when search is slow, show the progress line number
every second on the bottom line (like, 12345 of 99999).

Maybe this can be done with plugin, I'm not sure.
Maybe simply status line can be refreshed once in a second,
temporarily setting line number to the current search position.

Some regexes take half minute to several minutes time
on multimegabyte file. It would be nice to see the progress numbers onscreen.

Thanks
Yakov

Stoiko Ivanov | 4 Apr 15:31 2007
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Google SoC application

Hi,

I have a question regarding my google summer of code proposal for vim:
A mentor from the Nmap-team just asked me, wheter I would like to code for
them or for you, since he saw, that you've already assigned a mentor to me.
I saw that you haven't made any changes in the past week to my proposal
(the last modified field remained unchanged), so I am interested to know,
how likely it is for you to take me as a student during this year's summer
of code, and how you liked the proposal on persistent undo.

I hope the mentors and admins of the google SoC for vim are reading this
list.

thanks in advance
regards
stoiko ivanov

Thomas Köhler | 7 Apr 06:26 2007
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I'm back

Hello all,
I just wanted to let you know that I am back on the vim and
vim-dev mailinglists. I won't have time to write many mails, but
my colleagues at work started to ask me a lot of questions about
vim when they found out that I wrote "syn on" and "colorscheme
koehler" in root's vimrc of all servers so I thought it might be
good to get back to the old habit of learning by reading the
solutions of fellow vim users to the questions of other vim
users. :-)
I might as well throw in a few mails, but as I only read my
private mail on the weekends there will be only a few mails from
me...

Ciao,
Thomas

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