New tips April 2009
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|Proposed new tip||Current consensus|
|Copying to the Windows clipboard from Cygwin vim||Rename and keep|
|Invoke the vimhelp from the bash command line||Merged to VimTip265|
Keep and rename and merge User:Ir0nh34d is the author of this tip and Pasting from the Windows clipboard to native Cygwin Vim (created in May). As Fritzophrenic said, I will rename this tip to Using the Windows clipboard in Cygwin Vim and will merge the May tip in, and will keep both original titles as redirects. JohnBeckett 05:17, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
Sounds useful, and not something that I would have guessed in a minute; but since over the years I've migrated from Dos to Windows to Windows/Linux double-boot to Windows+Cygwin/Linux double-boot to (finally) Linux-only I can't anymore test just how well this tip works. So I'm mildly in favour of keeping this tip, unless either Windows+Cygwin users can't make it work, or another good reason is invoked to scrap it. — Tonymec 05:17, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
Merge with Pasting_from_the_Windows_clipboard_to_native_Cygwin_Vim added in May. Rename to "Using the Windows clipboard in Cygwin Vim" --Fritzophrenic 17:06, 7 July 2009 (UTC)
Invoke the vimhelp from the bash command lineEdit
Merge to 265 Fast help in full window. If I do that, I won't have to express my irritation with tips that are full of mystery (like the idiosyncratic "au! VimEnter *" that Tony commented on) and no examples. Given that "vimhelp" is not a recognised word, I propose deleting the original title. JohnBeckett 05:17, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
Agree. I'm OK with deleting this title, but we should create a couple redirects, such as "Invoke help from command line". --Fritzophrenic 13:42, 26 July 2009 (UTC)