From: Steve Hall <digitect@mi...> - 2006-06-13 11:43:15
Cream (for Vim) Version 0.36 Released
The Cream (for Vim) project (http://cream.sourceforge.net) has
released the latest version of an easy-to-use configuration for Vim.
Cream configures the famous and free Vim text editor so that it is
simple to use for those of us familiar with Apple or Windows platform
software. Through intuitive menus, keyboard shortcuts, and extensive
editing functions, Cream makes Vim approachable for new users and adds
powerful features for experienced users on both Windows and Linux.
This major release is a Vim 7 feature preview of a new spell check
system with suggested alternate spellings and a tabbed document
interface. Other updates include improved backwards compatibility with
older versions of Vim (back to version 6.1), new visual indicators of
Settings and Preferences menu items, improved startup speed, find next
occurrence of a selected word (F3), improved insert character list,
and a fixed middle mouse pasting behavior.
NEW FEATURES, CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS
o Vim 7 feature preview:
* New spell check system with suggested alternate spellings.
* Tabbed document interface.
o Improved Cream backwards compatibility with much older Vim versions
(back to version 6.1).
o Added a visual indicator to all applicable Settings and Preference
o Improved startup speed.
o Find next occurrence of selection (F3).
ADVANCED FEATURES, CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS
o Improved readability of insert character list.
o Fixed bug in middle mouse button pasting behavior where a trailing
"y" could be added.
More information is available from http://cream.sourceforge.net.