On Wed January 16 2008, Toshio Kuratomi wrote: > Till Maas wrote: > > Why should one want to use vim without X support, when vim with X support > > is installed? The only difference afaik is that it loads maybe some 1/100 > > of a second faster. > > Has this been fixed? > https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-maintainers/2007-March/msg00286.html Adam Jackson wrote a long time ago: | The one major reason to not want X support in your editor is so you | don't block on the XOpenDisplay, which can take much longer than you | want when using ssh with a forwarded display. But I'd assert that the | right way to fix that is to teach vim about xcb so the open can fail | asynchronously. Do you know how this can be reproduced? I did not find a bug for this in Red Hat's Bugzilla and when I use vim via ssh with "-X" and without and with it always opens instantly. Adam, do you know, whether this is still unfixed? Or can you please describe how to reproduce this and open a bug report or provide a pointer? Regards, Till
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