Bob La Quey
boblq at cox.net
Sat Jun 29 07:52:22 PDT 2002
At 04:17 PM 6/27/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> > > It's beginning to sound like there should be a vi
> > presentation at one of
> > > these meetings. . . (I say it as though I've ever
> > been to a meeting :) )
> > To quote Rocky the flying squirrel, speaking to
> > Bullwinkle: "Again?"
> > But you are probably right.
> > carl
>Yes but it should probably only be for advance users
>not just basic commands.
I just found this while looking for something else
I like I suspect most folk only use a small percentage
of what vim can do.
Here is something I would like.
I hate having all of the comments visible while I am writing
code. They take up valuable space and clutter the code
with information for others, which if I am familiar with the
code, I don't need.
But I believe in commenting code carefully and liberally.
I just don't want to be forced to have those comments in
"my" code all the time.
It seems I should be able to use vim (or maybe vim with a
helper program) to put comments in and out of the file
So what's the best way to do this. Is there already support for
Bob La Quey
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