On Tue January 15 2008, Bill Nottingham wrote:
Till Maas (opensource(a)till.name) said:
> On Tue January 15 2008, Till Maas wrote:
> > On Tue January 15 2008, Karsten Hopp wrote:
> > > I agree with the /usr/bin/vim stuff, but I think a better solution
> > > would be to add a conflict between vim-X11 and vim-enhanced.
> > > vim-enhanced is only of use on systems without X11/gtk. On all other
> > > systems vim-X11 can provide the same (and more) functionality as
> > > vim-enhanced.
> > Ah, the only possible problem I can think of would be that an
> > from vim-enhanced to vim-X11 may not be possible. It should be possbile
> > to do
> Using alternatives would make it easier for users in another case, too.
> When someone wants to remove X11 from a default Fedora install ans still
> keep his favourite editor. Then one could install both vim-X11 and
> vim-enhanced and after removing X11, vim-enhanced would be still there.
Define 'X11'. You can remove the servers just fine.
The X11 that gives the vim-X11 package its name. To be more precise, I meant
with X11 every package that provides a requirement for vim-X11, that
vim-enhanced does not have.