[clug] development tool [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Michael Cohen michael.cohen at netspeed.com.au
Sun Aug 13 13:10:07 GMT 2006

On Sun, Aug 13, 2006 at 08:31:40PM +0800, Cameron Patrick wrote:
> Vertically splitting the screen is a handy way to take advantage of a
> wider screen (C-x 3 in emacs or :vsplit in vim).  Quite often you want
> to have more than one file open at once, e.g. source code and a header
> file.  In emacs, you can also use `M-x follow-mode` to take advantage of
> a split screen to display twice as many lines of a single file.

  I usually find that vertically splitting the screen makes each pane just a
  little too narrow to comfortably fit 80 columns. If you make it not wrap its
  ok though.


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