|Subject:||Re: [vile] how can I learn more about viles 'hypertext' feature?|
|Date:||Tue, 07 Feb 2012 21:20:38 +0100|
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|thanks for your quick
reply. Unfortunately I can not see how which.rc is helpful. Apparently
'&token' is checked for the string 'hypertext' and thats all I can
see. But my question is more fundamental.|
- how is hypertext 'produced'? Is it something that can be written in file, or does it exists only in viles buffer?
- how is written? What are the control sequences, that vile recognize as a hypertext command.
As a summary of these two questions: Is it possible to write hypertext source to be interpreted by vile, similar of what a html file is to a web browser?
Thomas Dickey wrote:
On Tue, Feb 07, 2012 at 07:05:32PM +0100, ben wrote:hi I don't know if this is too ambitious, but I'd like use viles hypertext features for different tasks ( a simple wiki, literate programming and a simple email client ). AFAIK there are two well known plugins that use hypertext features: the filebrowser and the grep tool.The which-keywords macro also uses the feature (though much simpler). That's in "which.rc"; looking for places that refer to hypertext in that might be simpler than reading the perl code. I used it to markup the report that shows where a given keywords file is found. To "click" on the link, I put the cursor on the link and type ^X-z. Inside the link, there is a "view" command followed by the actual pathname, which is quoted to make this work with filenames that have embedded blanks.
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