Re: Kvim broken in alioth
Rigo Wenning wrote:
> And no, I can't maintain it, as I'm not a programmer nor do I have
> sufficient time. So I was just looking for a qt-GUI for vi. But it
> seems that editor-maintainers are more attracted by gnome.
To be fair to KVim developers please read threads "Why lua? or questions
about yzis" on comp.editors (available at
and gmane.editors.yzis.devel at
<http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.editors.yzis.devel/522>. Apparently, both
GUI code in gvim is totally unsuitable for KDE support and Bram was
unsupportive to the whole idea of KVim.
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