pierre.habouzit at m4x.org
Sat Jun 3 10:10:33 UTC 2006
Le Sam 3 Juin 2006 10:05, Stefano Zacchiroli a écrit :
> On Fri, Jun 02, 2006 at 10:56:07PM +0200, Pierre Habouzit wrote:
> > I think we should make the fact that 'compatible' mode is enforced
> > in .virc a debconf question that is:
> > * of the lowest priority for vim-tiny, and defaults to compatible
> > * of normal priority and defaults to *nocompatible* for other
> > variants. that allow vim-tiny to have the expected behaviour in
> > d-i, and most user to remain unannoyed. It seems to be a really
> > good compromise to me.
> I like this approach. An open issue is how to implement it. More
> precisely, what will be the effect of the debconf choice? At the
> moment the 'vi'/'vim' split is hard coded in a patch which is
> compiled in.
> Are you thinking about making /etc/vim/virc source either
> /usr/share/vim/vimcurrent/debian-vi.vim or to debian-vim.vim or
> something similar?
well, I was describing a "functionnal" way to fix the problem, that
looked satisfying. as of how to do this, we cannot touch /etc/* files
from debconf, it's "too hard".
but we could generate debian.vim from a template, with some sed magic
is there any vim variable that holds the command that launched vim ?
(I'm rather confident there is one). if yes, then what we need is
if $command == vi AND user_wanted_compatible
" rest of the debian.vim
of course user_wanted_compatible is a ##FORCE_COMPATIBLE## thing, that
is sed-ed to true/false depending upon what the user wanted, from the
debian.vim.template in the same directory.
(it's only an idea of implementation btw).
·O· Pierre Habouzit
··O madcoder at debian.org
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