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- Subject: Re: Scite exercise
- From: Taylor Venable <taylor@...>
- Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 06:49:37 -0400
On Mon, 18 Aug 2008 13:30:01 -0700
"Eric Tetz" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Gavin Wraith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I would like to be able to do as many things as possible without
> > touching the keyboard. It is very unergonomic to have to be doing a
> > dance from mouse to keyboard, and pressing three keys
> > simultaneously is probably beyond my digital capabilities.
> That's funny, because my dislike of "dancing back and forth" led me to
> Vim, which never requires the mouse. If you have to favor one, it
> seems to me you should favor the keyboard, given that you can't enter
> text with a mouse. Vim is modal, so editing is done with single
> (unchorded) keystrokes and your hands never leave home row. It's fast,
> ergonomic, ideal for laptop keyboards or telnet sessions, etc.
> I just wish you could use Lua as it's scripting language. Anybody know
> of such a thing?
Not currently, though it might not be too hard to add; bindings already
exist for several languages, though one would think those would be more
difficult than outfitting bindings for Lua - see the if_lang.c files in
the src/ directory.
Funny, I just happened to be thinking yesterday how cool this would be
Taylor Venable http://real.metasyntax.net:2357/
foldr = lambda f, i, l: (len(l) == 1 and [f(l, i)] or
[f(l, foldr(f, i, l[1:]))])