Ruby/vim competition

show off your (ruby/vim).fu

http://sciruby.codeforpeople.com/sr.cgi/VimInAnger

the idea: make a short screencast (2 min or less please). upload it,
let the
awe strike.

once we get a few up we’ll declare a winner.

-a

On Fri, Oct 20, 2006 at 12:08:04AM +0900, [email protected] wrote:

show off your (ruby/vim).fu

http://sciruby.codeforpeople.com/sr.cgi/VimInAnger

the idea: make a short screencast (2 min or less please). upload it, let
the awe strike.

I’ve tried to upload
http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?c=plugin;plugin=attach_download;p=xmpfilter+0.3.1;file_name=rspec.gif
(which wasn’t originally made for the sake of the competition — I’ve
made a
better one :wink: but the page cannot be edited by non-members. Would it be
possible to make it editable?

On Fri, 20 Oct 2006, Mauricio F. wrote:

(which wasn’t originally made for the sake of the competition — I’ve made a
better one :wink: but the page cannot be edited by non-members. Would it be
possible to make it editable?


Mauricio F. - http://eigenclass.org - singular Ruby

hi all - just an fyi. if you want a sciruby account just ping me
offline. or
ask one of the other members. any members can add more members.

-a

On Fri, 20 Oct 2006, [iso-8859-1] Peña, Botp wrote:

Hi Ara and Mauricio, that is awesome; but if you may be so kind to include
how you did the magic in vim, pls post/include it on the the web too. i am
no vim expert, just plain typist and ruby manual reader.

writes ups to follow

http://sciruby.codeforpeople.com/sr.cgi/VimInAnger
http://codeforpeople.com/vimfu/

but let me know - are these easy enough to view? font wise?

-a

fr [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] :

http://sciruby.codeforpeople.com/sr.cgi/VimInAnger

http://codeforpeople.com/vimfu/

but let me know - are these easy enough to view? font wise?

i have sight problem. am sorry :frowning:
can you make the font bigger? and besides almost 50% of screen view is
not used…

thanks and kind regards -botp

ps: i did not know you can put background images on vim or is that
transparency effect only. [ot] you must be very religious.

fr ara and mauricio’s vim contribs:

> On Fri, Oct 20, 2006 at 12:08:04AM +0900,

[email protected] wrote:

>> show off your (ruby/vim).fu

>>

>> http://sciruby.codeforpeople.com/sr.cgi/VimInAnger

>>

>> the idea: make a short screencast (2 min or less please).

upload it, let

>> the awe strike.

>

> I’ve tried to upload

>

http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?c=plugin;plugin=attach_download;

p=xmpfilter+0.3.1;file_name=rspec.gif

> (which wasn’t originally made for the sake of the

competition — I’ve made a

> better one :wink: but the page cannot be edited by non-members.

Would it be

> possible to make it editable?

hi all - just an fyi. if you want a sciruby account just

ping me offline. or

ask one of the other members. any members can add more members.

Hi Ara and Mauricio, that is awesome; but if you may be so kind to
include how you did the magic in vim, pls post/include it on the the web
too. i am no vim expert, just plain typist and ruby manual reader.

kind regards -botp

Hi John,

On Sat, 21 Oct 2006 02:28:05 +0900, John G. wrote:

:wink:
—John

P.S. This is a very cool thread. Fun stuff. No reason to limit it to
Vim though. :slight_smile:

as a Vim user I’m happy to have it restricted to Vim :wink:
But I have to admit this is extremely cool!!!

http://platypope.org/yada/emacs-demo/

On 10/20/06, Peña, Botp [email protected] wrote:

[snip]

ps: i did not know you can put background images on vim or is that
transparency effect only. [ot] you must be very religious.

Wait. Religious about the background image, or about using Vim instead
of Emacs?

{ducks}

:wink:
—John

P.S. This is a very cool thread. Fun stuff. No reason to limit it to
Vim though. :slight_smile:

On 10/21/06, Mark W. [email protected] wrote:

[snip]

P.S. This is a very cool thread. Fun stuff. No reason to limit it to
Vim though. :slight_smile:

as a Vim user I’m happy to have it restricted to Vim :wink:
But I have to admit this is extremely cool!!!

    http://platypope.org/yada/emacs-demo/

Thanks for the great link Mark!

John G. wrote:

Thanks for the great link Mark!

The original author of the screencast did shed a bit of light on his
configuration …

http://platypope.org/blog/2006/9/8/i-need-a-cool-european-accent

jd

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