On Sun, Jul 07, 2002 at 05:05:09AM +0900, Tobias Reif wrote:
> Vim is quite cool; among endless great features: I can execute snippets, 
> and I'll check out pairing via screen -x. I'd consider using an IDE for 
> quick GUI development, if Vim can be selected as main editor.

You got me curious.  Care to explain a bit more?

I use screen everyday, and apart from that I've experimented with
broadcasting Emacs screens over LANs and Internet with just nc, tee,
and a FIFO, but of course the receiver's side was read only.  What
does the screen -x trick do?

Massimiliano