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Re: Using Merlin from Vim

On 4 Oct 2013, at 11:16, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:

> it's worth reporting these corner cases, as it features fairly sophisticated 
> partial typing to work with broken files.  

yup, that was one of the massively useful sounding features that made me try it 
:)  (plus proper support for lwt syntax...)

> the recent update has indeed made it vastly more stable, so worth revisiting. 
> I'm very impressed with it on Vim (and soon, Acme!)

ok, will definitely do that then. it certainly seems likely to be the right 
thing to do "going forwards"... :)



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