Massimiliano,


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


If you email me offlist, we can both telnet into the same (remote) 
account on the same machine (eg Linux), then we can share one Vim. I 
only recently got the tip on the vim list, and successfully tried it out 
with two local telnet consoles and a remote account, so it should work 
with one remote terminal as well.


Both ssh or telnet into the same Unix machine and account.
One types screen, then the other types screen -x.
Then both can type vim. (ctrl-d to exit screen)

Tobi

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