I recently installed vim on Windows 7 as a stand-alone binary. Where should I put my .vimrc file?
Ideally, I want to use Vim from Terminal or iTerm2. However, it becomes unbearably slow so I had to resort to using MacVim. There is nothing wrong with MacVim, however my workflow would be much ...
As a log viewer, which of vim's features are convenient? less -F is quite good. But I believe vim could be better if we knew its hidden features. * or # v//d g//d etc.. PS. I don't use ...
Whenever I open a file with vim, the vim session starts with 2c having been automatically/programmatically 'pressed'. This means that if I start off trying to move down the file by pressing j, then ...
I am using the following Vim autocommand in my .gvimrc file: augroup MyAuGroup autocmd MyAuGroup FileChangedShell * call FileChanedEvent_BuffUpdate() augroup END function ...
This question is related to this one. Damian Conway provided a nice snippet for marking excessive line length in his recent OSCON 2013 talk about Vim. highlight ColorColumn ctermbg=magenta call ...
I've put my .vimrc file in a central location (dropbox folder, also a hg repository). Under Windows 7, I've symlinked to it from my home folder (strangely enough I had to do it as an administrator, ...
I have autoindent enabled in my .vimrc file but have run into an annoying bug/feature. For example, when I'm tabbed in 3 times, and I hit return, the new line is also tabbed in 3 times. Then when I ...