marco-oweber at gmx.de
Mon Jul 19 03:20:06 CEST 2010
I've been using Vim for years. However I'm at a point I think Vim will
no longer serve (all) my needs - that's because the core is lacking
functionality - which can be implemented - but would take a lot of
I want to thank you - I was very pleased seeing that these features
- ctrl-vI..<esc> (instert into multiple lines)
- text objects
- all visual modes
- % in combination with visual mode.
So Emacs comes pretty close to what I'm used to (which I use most)
There is one last thing which I'm missing:
Opening files by glob patterns:
noremap :e :e<space>**/*
In #emacs I was told use ido-find-file ..
However patterns like this **/*Main.scala doen't work for me.
creating a buffer with output of find then using gf (which works!)
is not a perfect solution.
Having gF implemented properly would be fine, because I use it often
when reading Exception logs - I can still fallback to Vim.
Do you have some more hacks in you ~/.emacs making using Emacs easier
for Vim addicts?
Eg is there a :qa! like command (without the nasty: You have unsaved
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