I'm a bit confused as to what the difference is between
pyx in vim, other than one seems to work and the other does not. For example:
pyx print ("OK")
This works, however, this does not:
python << EOF print 'OK' EOF
And this does not:
:python print "Hello"
E319: Sorry, the command is not available in this version
What is the difference between the two?
:h python is quite extensive, but every single command it gives does not work with the above command (though
pyx does work).
pyx is the proper alias for
pyx << END_OF_PYTHON import uuid my_id = (uuid.uuid4()) vim.command("let my_id='%s'" % my_id) END_OF_PYTHON echom "The UUID4 is: " .my_id " The UUID4 is: 1c131603-1b3f-4eb4-b8c8-ec600dc78628