[chuck-users] VIM users

ssalazar at CS.Princeton.EDU ssalazar at CS.Princeton.EDU
Thu Nov 1 17:03:05 EDT 2007

Find/replace exists in the Mac version.  Cocoa (Apple's primary GUI 
API) is a lot faster to develop with than wxWidgets, which is what we 
use on Windows and Linux, so that's why the Mac version generally has 
more features.  Find/replace is definitely going to be in the next 
release of Linux/Windows miniAudicle, in any case.


Quoting Martin Ahnelöv <operagasten at gmail.com>:

> tor 2007-11-01 klockan 21:29 +0100 skrev Kassen:
>> On 11/1/07, Atte André Jensen <atte.jensen at gmail.com> wrote:
>>         I really love the idea of miniAudicle.
>>         But I'm back in emacs because of indention, search, mousefree
>>         switch of
>>         buffers, mousefree copy/paste +  the regular bag of emacs
>>         tricks.
>> I think [Ctrl] + [Tab] should work for buffer switching and you can
>> highlight using [shift ] + [cursor keys], then copy&paste using the
>> regular hotkeys, or am I missing something? Search&replace would be
>> good, and auto completion too, I know for sure those are planned (or
>> were at least, Spencer mentioned them).
>> For me search&replace is the one that's the biggest advantage of more
>> general purpose editors right now. At the moment the Mini is very good
>> for quickly writing small things but as soon as we are talking larger
>> multi-session projects the lack of search starts to become a issue.
> WHAT!? You can't search in mini? Ge! Isn't that, like, the first thing
> you implement after save/load-functions? Now I really understand why I
> gave up on it...
> Oh, well... Auto completion is the coolest thing ever (if it's
> implemented in the right way)!
> Not trashing,
> Gasten
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