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Old 06-06-2004, 09:09 PM   #1
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Question Vim GUI with FC2?

Does Vim come witha GUI in FC2? I can open Vim in the console but isn't there a GUI for it? If there is and it doesn't come with FC2 were would I get it?
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It is the vim-x11 package I believe. The installed binary is gvim.
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Vim is a cli text editor, if you want a gui text editor then check this out:


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