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I enjoy JavaScript, but I like server side programming more. I'm a G-WAN enthusiast.


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comment SSH'd (via Cygwin) vim to write to local file
Yeah. (: I actually set up another solution, which removes the need for the solution I provided. I'm still editing the file from Vim on the remote server (instead of using the one that is packaged with Cygwin), but I have a Samba share too. So I have a solution that I built with inotify, which does everything seamlessly. It's beautiful.
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comment SSH'd (via Cygwin) vim to write to local file
I like mintty, too. That's what I've been using. Thanks for the Quickedit tip, though! (:
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comment SSH'd (via Cygwin) vim to write to local file
If you're interested, check my solution. I think it works well, and gives you access to everything if it is wrapped.
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comment SSH'd (via Cygwin) vim to write to local file
Unfortunately we don't have X11 installed on the server I'm Vimming on. We do have pynotify, there though. So as an exercise in nerdiness, I might have it watch a file that gets written to when a specifically mapped yank is performed, then it'll rsync the contents from there to /dev/clipboard on my local machine, which should give me access. The TCP handshake might take a second or two, but ... we'll see how it works.
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comment SSH'd (via Cygwin) vim to write to local file
Thanks (: I'm looking into inotify, to see if that's a decent solution. Seems hopeful (even though there might be a second delay).
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comment SSH'd (via Cygwin) vim to write to local file
I think it's a good solution in many situations (:set nonu), but when the lines extend beyond what is visible, it isn't the best. That's mostly the situation I'm trying to resolve. I suppose I could do an action, which turns on wrapping and turns on numbers. I wonder if there's a way to monitor a file and rsync it when it changes values. That might work too, and it could take the problem out of Vim, and bring it to the CLI where there are more tools available.
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comment we can able connect more than a single modem (same modems) in a windows xp system?
This should be on superuser, not stackoverflow. Unless, that is, you're looking to write drivers and software to accomplish that if it can't be done out of the box.
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