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Jan
15
comment Windows gvim - use unix grep
thanks! what's the backslash for?
Jan
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Jan
14
comment Windows gvim - use unix grep
@romainl - wow I'll have to set aside half a day to do that ;) one of the longest docs I've seen. Looks like it's probably the answer though
Jan
13
comment Windows gvim - use unix grep
thanks for pointing that out. that may be the answer, but I'd like to just try getting the grep command use gnu grep rather than an uppercase Grep command.
Jan
13
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Jul
29
accepted VIM - How to select a substring
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asked VIM - How to select a substring
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Jul
29
comment Is there a diff utility that allows you to exclude columns?
question updated. i have a lot of files so copying would be a pain, but might be the best bet. but I guess my original question stands - is there a diff utility that does this out of the box?
Jul
29
comment Is there a diff utility that allows you to exclude columns?
question updated
Jul
29
revised Is there a diff utility that allows you to exclude columns?
further explanation of why I don't want to pre-modify the files.
Jul
29
asked Is there a diff utility that allows you to exclude columns?
Jun
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Jun
7
comment Reset Eclipse Theme
i think this would have worked except I have an add-on (EPIC) that has its own settings that override the core settings, and these are what were changed. I started downloading this as well to copy settings but realized at this point I was essentially doing a re-install. I found that instead, I could just delete (rename) my workspace directory and eclipse will re-create it.
Jun
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