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Re: [Groff] XML and groff as frontend

From: Ted Harding
Subject: Re: [Groff] XML and groff as frontend
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2005 09:42:22 +0100 (BST)

On 23-Oct-05 Zvezdan Petkovic wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 22, 2005 at 11:45:50PM +0100, Ted Harding wrote:
>> Well, if you're using vim ...
> I do.
>> First enter the following (in command mode) to define abbreviations:
>> :ab <c <command
>> [cut a lot of good advice]
> You mean something like
> iabbrev <buffer> <l programlisting<Esc>byiwi<<Esc>ea><inlinegraphic
>       \<CR>  fileref=""
>       \<CR>format="linespecific"></<Esc>pa><Esc>-$h

Yes I did! -- But the full depth was beyond me :-)

> I have a full Vim plugin that contains not only the most frequently
> used abbreviations, but also a function to enclose words in an
> arbitrary chosen DocBook XML element chosen from a small narrow
> buffer that opens on the right side of my Vim window with a list
> of all DocBook elements.
> It doesn't sing or dance though because I stopped working on it the
> minute I lost interest in editing more DocBook documents.
> Best regards,
>       Zvezdan Petkovic

But thanks for showing the sort of thing that really is possible.

Best wishes,

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Date: 23-Oct-05                                       Time: 09:42:14
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