So I want to learn vim, and since I'm using gentoo at the moment, I have to build vim before I can use it, and that means I get to select the build options. Here are the available flags:I am inclined to accept the defaults (the options in blue) and I might want the vimpager option, but I'd appreciate opinions from other vim users.
Here I'm, back again with a new blog.There's been a while since my latest one but I'm now back.Here's a very simple argument with just few tricks: Install VMWare Player on Gentoo, nothing strange but on Gentoo amd64 there are few little exceptions.
Gentoo Linux 12.0 LiveDVD was released recently. We were the first ones to announce the release of Gentoo. Although not as popular as Ubuntu , this Linux distro is good enough for those who want to learn more about their system's functionality and GNU/Linux. It uses Portage package manager which is also used by Chrome OS and Chromium OS.
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I'm trying to write in c++ a program that runs by writing to the command line "Program [ -i (input file name) ] [ -o (output file name)] that will work at linux os (I use windows to write but it must work on linux) with the following options:
the –i, -o flags are optional. If the –i flag is not present the input will be form the standard input (cin).