Vimya 0.2 — bug fixed…

Well, I guess Vimya isn't that popular, maybe nobody tried to use it with a Windows version of Vim, and if someone did: Why didn't he tell me that it did not work?

Yes, it was a really stupid bug — unescaped backslashes in some path names — anyway, it should work now. So get the fixed version from and replace the two old files.

Oh, and I created a project page for Vimya on Gitorious.

BTW, the plugin works fine with gVim Portable if you enable Python support as described in the previous post.

Download Vimya from Visit the project page on Gitorious.

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How to use gVim Portable with Python…

The official gVim Portable is built without built-in Python support. If you need it:

That's it. Now start gVim Portable and try to run a Python command, eg. :py import platform; print platform.system()

Note: In an earlier version of this post the Portable Python development release from was used instead of Moveable Python. This does not work because of some issues with module loading.

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Plox updated to version 0.1.2…

A minor update of the SeyMour plugin: get the new version.

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Thread::Queue::Action released…

From the docs: A simple class based on Thread::Queue to automatically call subroutines for special queue elements.

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Simple water-like fluid simulation uploaded…

I was playing around with RealFlow a bit lately, which really is fun, if it wasn't so slow… Anyway, I uploaded a short animation of a simple fluid simulation, download link can be found on the animations page.

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