Learning VIM

Thursday, August 14th, 2008

Well I’m still an Emacs user :)

The problem is, my Emacs configuration is too complicated and depending on a lot of external tools. It is not easy to get all the things running when you come to a new machine. And Emacs is not on every machine, especially when I was on other people’s machines.

So I decided to make up a light weight vim configuration, so I can use it quickly everywhere.  Here’s a list of the plugins I choose: taglist,  pydoc, code_complete, matchit, and SearchComplete.

And I think  zsh is not available everywhere too so I’ll need some setup for bash.


Comments 3

  1. Yuce wrote:

    Well, I guess soon you’ll become a Vim convert ;)

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