I've been playing with Vim a bit, lately : .vimrc script for "setting a current file to run", for which to compile, jump to errors, and run.
It makes everything faster, and i don't have to switch between Vim and the console all the time.
When i execute a script from Vim (with :!perl -my/script.pl for example), i hate that as long as the console is opened, i don't have access to my code anymore : Vim is like "frozen". And i have to finish the script execution and close the console, to be able to read and modify my code. And the worst part is when i don't remember what was written on the console, so i have to run the program again just to read something that was already written.
There must be a way around this, probably simple. Any idea?
I'm using Gvim 7.3 on Windows XP.