Benoit Cerrina Benoit.cerrina at
Wed Mar 15 18:10:05 GMT 2000

And the same is true for vim, there is an addon for VC which uses it as an
editor, this means it should be feasible to use it as an editor for
The problem would be to define an interface which a kdevelop editor should
implement then implement wrappers for other editors like emacs or vim or any
other editor.
----- Original Message -----
From: "llornkcor" <llornkcor at>
To: <kdevelop at>
Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2000 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: suggestion

> > Probably not possible. I don´t know where emacs has its cursor position
> > when you leave it. Anyway, we can´t play much with emacs since the FSF
> > will sure have something against that as they always do when KDE is
> > envolved.
> >
> Actually what I meant is the cursor in the kdevelop editor. Because now,
when I
> edit the file in emacs, I have to click on the file in the fileview of
> to get it to see it has been modified, and then click 'yes' that I want it
> rebuffer.  When it rebuffers, the cursor is at position 0, and I have to
> and peck to find my way back to the line where I was before.
>   I know that it would be possible to do it externally with emacs,( the
> functionality is there in emacs) because  there is an add-in (free -comes
> source) to VC++ editor that you can use emacs in place of the editor. Even
> going as far as being able to click on any class in the class view, or
file in
> the file view, and emacs will pop-up with the cursor sitting nicely in the
> proper place. Or even being able to search  for words and clicking on the
> line in the output view, and emacs will pop-up with the cursor on the line
> the file. I don't see the FSF saying ANYTHING about _that_. And VC++ is
> from being open source.
> LP

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