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Re: VimOutliner Digest, Vol 69, Issue 3

Grahame Blackwood
On Sunday 07 February 2010 16:53:14 [hidden email] wrote:

> > > doesn't mean that my scripts
> > > are any better than anyone else's so they shouldn't be treated
> > > specially.
> >
> > Hi Noel
> >
> > They are better than mine and I am very grateful for them!
> >
> > Cheers
> >
> > G
>
> Thanks. Which ones do you use and how do you use them? If you don't mind
> sharing.

Hi Noel

Sorry it's taken so long for me to answer your question - we've been away and  
busy since.

The one I use most is otl2html. I use it to make information useful to someone
taking over from me easily and obviously accessible on the desktop. The
information varies quite often and it's so easy to make changes using VO and
put it where it can be found. Might sound a bit morbid, but you never know what
will happen next. And even I consult it from time to time when I've forgotton
something.

I used otlhead, otltail, otlsplit and otl2html to construct a simple demo
website that I could keep uptodate using VO. Nothing fancy, just text and a few
pictures. However, we've gone for something fancy and the fancy version is not
complete and what there is is not being kept uptodate. The VO version was my
first attempt at a website design and using your scripts was very informative,
so thank you for them.

Cheers

G




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Re: Re: VimOutliner Digest, Vol 69, Issue 3

Noel Henson
On Tuesday 09 February 2010, Grahame Blackwood wrote:
> On Sunday 07 February 2010 16:53:14 [hidden email]
wrote:

> > > > doesn't mean that my scripts
> > > > are any better than anyone else's so they shouldn't be treated
> > > > specially.
> > >
> > > Hi Noel
> > >
> > > They are better than mine and I am very grateful for them!
> > >
> > > Cheers
> > >
> > > G
> >
> > Thanks. Which ones do you use and how do you use them? If you don't
> > mind sharing.
>
> Hi Noel
>
> Sorry it's taken so long for me to answer your question - we've been
> away and busy since.
>
> The one I use most is otl2html. I use it to make information useful to
> someone taking over from me easily and obviously accessible on the
> desktop. The information varies quite often and it's so easy to make
> changes using VO and put it where it can be found. Might sound a bit
> morbid, but you never know what will happen next. And even I consult it
> from time to time when I've forgotton something.
>
> I used otlhead, otltail, otlsplit and otl2html to construct a simple
> demo website that I could keep uptodate using VO. Nothing fancy, just
> text and a few pictures. However, we've gone for something fancy and the
> fancy version is not complete and what there is is not being kept
> uptodate. The VO version was my first attempt at a website design and
> using your scripts was very informative, so thank you for them.
>
> Cheers
>
> G
>
>

I'm glad they work so well for you. I use otl2html to create and maintain
my website: www.noels-lab.com. Using the extended otl2html features like
<div> I get some cool organization.

Anyway, the Vim Outliner website is being completely redone using RedMine.  
I hope everyone likes it.

Noel

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