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Mar
18
revised Sort file 'per paragraph' in Vim
made the code purely vimscript (so it could be `:source`'d)
Mar
18
comment Sort file 'per paragraph' in Vim
Please accept an answer.
Mar
18
suggested approved edit on Sort file 'per paragraph' in Vim
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Feb
25
answered vim line wrap with indent
Feb
25
answered Repeat not only the last change but the others as well in Vim
Feb
25
comment Repeat not only the last change but the others as well in Vim
(good) plugins should not be upset by custom mappings, since they can circumvent them with :noremap
Feb
25
revised How reverse selected lines order in vim?
added 2 characters in body
Feb
25
revised In Vi, how do I map “:t” equal to “:tabnew”?
added 21 characters in body
Feb
22
revised In Vi, how do I map “:t” equal to “:tabnew”?
added 32 characters in body
Feb
22
revised In Vi, how do I map “:t” equal to “:tabnew”?
added 32 characters in body
Feb
22
revised In Vi, how do I map “:t” equal to “:tabnew”?
added 419 characters in body
Feb
9
answered How reverse selected lines order in vim?
Feb
3
awarded  Critic
Jan
17
comment In Vi, how do I map “:t” equal to “:tabnew”?
@jiliagre: Oh, I see, thanks!
Jan
17
comment Setting the viminfo path in gVim for portability (Windows)
Tried this but it didn't work. Thanks though. – Will Vousden Mar 23 '10 at 19:00 (This comment was from a deleted exact duplicate of this answer.)
Jan
16
awarded  Commentator
Jan
16
comment In Vi, how do I map “:t” equal to “:tabnew”?
@jiliagre: interesting, could you elaborate on that portability?
Jan
16
comment Search and replace /'s in VI
that has already been said by ephemient
Jan
16
awarded  Citizen Patrol