[Greasemonkey] Unix Editing ...

chris feldmann cfeldmann at gmail.com
Sat Aug 27 12:45:14 EDT 2005


On 8/27/05, n_powell <nathan at lagerbottom.com> wrote:
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> On Fri, Aug 26, 2005 at 11:47:55PM -0400 thus spake chris feldmann:
> > The call in the script was:
> > /usr/bin/urxvt -e "/usr/bin/vim $1"
> 
> I tried that script with the quotes in urxvt, and it just flashes...then I 
> tried
> without and it worked.
> 
> /usr/bin/urxvt -e /usr/bin/vim $1
> 
> Give that a whirl.


Bingo. Thanks.



> Then it opens the file, but I can't actually edit it. Not sure if this is
> > what you were getting at. Frankly, I'm still confused about most 
> internal
> > aspects of unicode encoding; I just try to use it whenever I can, 
> because
> > otherwise I often find I have to translate to it. Hence the unicode
> > terminal. On the other hand, I also often have to translate to 8859-1
> > because some program or another balks on unicode. Did I mention I'm over 
> my
> > head here? Here's the term program as it appears in portage, whence I 
> gots
> > it:
> 
> Oh I wasn't getting at anything specific, I just wanted to try it out,
> to see if I could get it to work ( and I figured the more info I had the
> better ). I too have a rudimentry understanding
> of unicode, but I run into it a lot less then you appear to. Anyhow
> good luck!
> 
> 
> - --
> nathan
> nathan_at_lagerbottom_dot_com
> 
> None of us is as dumb as all of us
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