[implementations-list] I want to contribute!

Alessandro Piras laynor at gmail.com
Sun Jun 21 03:04:26 CEST 2009

about the current rectangular selection, its main problem is that the
stays on the right of the rightmost selected column.
where the "x"s indicate the selection, and O indicate the cursor. is
it the same in cua mode?
Also, did you try the latest version of vimpulse? I think it's quite
better now :)
2009/6/20 Marius Andersen <rezonatix3 at yahoo.no>:
>> Fra: Alessandro Piras <laynor at gmail.com>
>> Emne: Re: [implementations-list] I want to contribute!
>> Til: "Vi/Vim implementations list" <implementations-list at lists.ourproject.org>
>> Dato: Onsdag 17. juni 2009 15.15
>> I  didn't remember how  much the visual selection sucked, in particular:
>> GVj => the last raw of text is not selected.
> For block (rectangular) selection, there's a nice mode included with Cua-mode (http://www.emacswiki.org/CuaMode). It's probably overlooked by many because Cua-mode's primary function is to overwrite the standard Emacs keys and use `C-v', `C-c', and `C-x' to paste, copy, and cut, but this can be avoided by loading the mode as such:
>    (cua-mode t)
>    (setq cua-enable-cua-keys nil)
> Then, to enter block selection mode, hit `C-RET'.
> What do you think? Is it better?
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