So you’ve probably grown tired of me complaining about Arch Linux. I mean its not a bad distribution. It really isn’t. It just has a couple of quirks that really really get under my skin. What is it now? The same thing it was last time. These stupid example vimrc and gvimrc files in /etc. Whose idea was that? I could smack that guy and not feel the least bit guilty about it. So yeah, I didn’t realize that the gvimrc had items in it that the vimrc did not. So I’ve spent a considerable amount of time trying to get that figured out. Not to mention they came back after been deleted once. So now because of this annoyance I find myself symlinking my gvimrc back to my vimrc so that it won’t get overridden by the gvimrc in /etc.
Finally, on a side note. Anyone who has ever been on a forum will know I am talking about. Have you ever asked a question and got responses that were either totally not what you asked for or just plain random and off topic? Those really annoy me. Especially when they come in and give their lame/wrong answer 4 posts after my problem was solved. Do you think at that point your helping me out? Or helping anyone else out? Your not. Your just making your post count higher. Stop it! If the question was answered the question was answered. Your lame attempts to do it a second way aren’t cute nor appreciated by me.
Enjoy the Penguins!