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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'll give it a try -- if I figure out how to port it to a non-perl-enabled vim. (On the other hand, I compile from time to time vim with bleadperl, just to check it works.)
    • I'll give it a try -- if I figure out how to port it to a non-perl-enabled vim.

      Short ago I wanted to remove the Perl-interpreter dependency but abolished this idea temporarily. The script uses three windows inside vim and, oddly enough, I was only able to set their size and some other properties through the Perl extension. I know there are means to do it with vim-scripting but I wasn't able to find them.

      Other than that, it should not be that hard. The module can easily be made polymorphic in that it could also be used as a stand-alone script that gets its data through STDIN. Just as jjohn did it.

      I just added a README and packed it all up in a tarball so if anyone is interested it can be retrieved from here [rwth-aachen.de]. A little bit of polishing would do no harm, but basically it should be usable.