Re: How to get rid of KVim
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On Thursday, 24 Jun 2004 05:41, Ben Burton wrote:
> > As much as I like vi, I might have to agree with that. The inclusion of
> > kvim and vimpart in popular meta packages could be questioned, at least
> > if it is greedy about file associations.
> FWIW, I have kvim and vimpart installed and they have never offered
> themselves as defaults for anything. I'm not sure what chain of events
> might have led to kvim becoming the default editor on this particular
That was my suspicion too, but I wasn't sure my memory was correct. I seem to
recall having to actually make kvim the default editor. I just tried
installing vimpart yesterday, and it did not get chosen by default, needs to
be configured before it will try to launch, and currently has a bug filed
against it for not to be embedding correctly, which seems to affect me.