VI VI VI - Editor of the beast.
Vim can be programmed, just like emacs can. But I'm not talking about the fancy-schmancy .vimrc-style scripting. I'm talking about copying parts of the buffer into registers, and then executing the contents of those registers as if they were macros.
If you don't think it's insane yet, wait till you see the source code:
So now I'll leave it to someone else to implement an ELisp interpreter. =)
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Fri 25-Sep-2009 23:29
Tue 19-Jan-2010 02:18
By the way, I am having fun looking at some of the crazy stuff you are doing
Mon 14-Feb-2011 21:24
Tue 15-Feb-2011 20:19
If only there was an iovvv (think of ioccc), maybe it's time to setup the chalenge.
I didn't realise at first it was drawing the set but it was on my 170MHz dear host. switching to a 3GHz pc helps rendering it faster :p
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