So I decided to take the plunge into learning vim and moving over from sublime as my main editor.
I have a few different machines running different OSes. OSX on my laptop, Linux on my primary machine at home, and Windows on my machine at work. When using sublime, I could store settings and config in dropbox and have each machine pull the settings down on each machine. Any changes that get made essentially get pushed to all machines.
I'd like to achieve the same thing with vim. Get a single config running on dropbox, and have each machine use the settings stored in the cloud.
I'm wondering if there are any modern guides on how to achieve this? After some googling, I found some old guides but I understand that the way vim handles vimrc files on windows is different in the latest version? Furthermore, I see that linux (and maybe osx) use .vimrc whereas windows has a _vimrc file?
Still very new to vim at the moment so I don't understand the differences between these file types. Are there any simple guides that will show me how to get everything set up across the different ecosystems?
I'd be OK using either dropbox or github for this. Although most likely I will use both and create a folder on dropbox and push that folder up to github as well for version control.