switching to vim-tiny for standard vi?
madcoder at debian.org
Tue Dec 20 19:01:30 UTC 2005
Le Mar 20 Décembre 2005 08:42, Stefano Zacchiroli a écrit :
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2005 at 07:06:34PM -0500, Joey Hess wrote:
> > A few places were identified where vim's defaults are particularly
> > umcomfortable to people who expect a standard vi, these include
> > autoindent being defaulted to on in the system wide vimrc, and
> > nocompatible being turned on there also, which makes vim -C not
> > behave as expected and enables lots of divergant behavior. vim's
> > maintainer may want to consider documenting/otherwise dealing with
> > these if vim-tiny goes into base and becomes the program people get
> > when running "vi" by default.
> I have no objection in having a separate system-wide configuration
> file (/etc/vim/virc) for vim when invoked as "vi", as implemented by
> aj's patch. If the other members of the vim maintaince team (Cc-ed)
> have neither as well I can apply the patch and come up with a
> suitable configuration file which is more in the vi spirit.
note that this is sth that quite a lot of distro already do : vi is a
mostly vi-compatible thing, and vim is the one with the fancy features
I personnally like this a lot.
·O· Pierre Habouzit
··O madcoder at debian.org
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