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Re: line length control setting


From: Adam Hardy
Subject: Re: line length control setting
Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 10:55:13 +0100
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On 12/07/2003 04:29 PM Kai Grossjohann wrote:
Adam Hardy <address@hidden> writes:
I am using a brute force method of stopping myself from writing long
lines of code, using this in my .emacs:

Phillip already suggested wide-column.el.  There is also vvb.el or
similar which will draw a vertical line.  That's less brute force and
more a nice hint, but why not be polite to yourself?

vvb.el? I tried googling with "vvb.el emacs" and the only link that came up was your post above. A search on "emacs draw vertical line" only produced links to what appears to be a graph package.

Would this really just put in a vertical line at line-length and allow me to type text past it? If so, it sounds ideal. Is it really vvb.el? If so do you have a link to it somewhere?

Thanks
Adam
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