Re: [dev] Experimental editor

From: markus schnalke <>
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2011 09:42:08 +0200

[2011-06-17 16:24] Martin Kühl <>
> Consider ex
> mode. How do you edit text in it? You don't have normal mode to help
> you, it only operates on "real" buffers, and you certainly don't have
> ex mode available. If "ex mode" were just a command buffer, you could
> use every piece of functionality your editor provided, maybe even open
> another command buffer operating on the current one.
> Or simply, as Connor put it, "all we're doing is editing text."

Thanks for the explanation. Now I understand this point, and I agree

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