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Re: elvis & vim, was Re: Does anyone have a man command??
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- Subject: Re: elvis & vim, was Re: Does anyone have a man command??
- From: "Mikey" <jeffdb at netzone dot com>
- Date: Mon, 31 Mar 1997 11:11:18 -0700
- Cc: "cygnus" <gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com>
Try the above patches to winsup/Ncurses elvis works pretty good with these.
> From: Kevin Dahlhausen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: elvis & vim, was Re: Does anyone have a man command??
> Date: Monday, March 31, 1997 1:56 AM
> > The 'vi' like editor 'elvis' can read man, and i found 'elvis-2.0' for
> > win32. Unfortunately
> > it isn't buil on cygnus-win32 distrib, so it can't handle unixlike
> > pathnames !!!
> > I tryed to port it with the tiny termcap embeded, and with gnu
> > It compile quite
> > easily in both case, and it runs, but input seems to be 'frozen' (in
> > keystrokes seems
> > to be bufferised). Anybody has an idea ??
> I tried to build a native GNU-WIN32 version of the VI clone VIM.
> It compiled but exhibited the same behavior -that is the program
> started, displayed 'Empty Buffer' and completely locked up. I
> haven't gotten any further on this yet. Since both ports show the
> same problem, maybe this points to a problem in the termcap
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Kevin Dahlhausen ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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