markdown and vim
uuf6429 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 12:29:44 EST 2011
You missed my point entirely. I use VIM and IDEs to get around writing code.
My point is that MD is _not_ code. MD, unlike other systems, was meant to
nice in plain text.
The only minor requirement of MD is a monospaced font.
The only reason I need to see how MD renders is for that reason itself, to
ensure a smooth render.
On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 5:56 PM, Chris Lott <chris at chrislott.org> wrote:
> @David - Thanks for the advice on vim-pandoc and how I might enrich
> the vim approach. I hadn't even thought of that! I think the main
> vim-markdown syntax is based on the HTML syntax in some way, which
> might explain the strangeness.
> @Christian - I'm glad you like Notepad. You are real Computing Man.
> You probably write your text while hunting big game and squeezing
> carbon into diamonds. I don't hope to compete with you. I'm surprised
> you don't use edlin or maybe echo XX >> filename. Myself, I like the
> productivity gains of shortcuts for common tasks and a quicker "at a
> glance" assessment for skimming and moving around text.
> Chris Lott
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