Tag Archives: vim

Status Line in Vim

If you are following the recent trends in the Vim community you have probably noted the ever growing popularity of Powerline. As the name suggests, it is a very powerful status line generation plugin, but I don’t think that’s why … Continue reading

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Writing Vim Plugins in Python

There are few things Vim and Emacs users have in common. One of these things is the fact they can talk together about programatically extending their work environment. You can’t really expect to talk to Eclipse of Visual studio about … Continue reading

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Vim: Tabs and Buffers

Lets talk about Vim tabs today, because they seem to be a source of perpetual confusion for new users. Most conventional text editors use tabbed interfaces the same way as web browsers do. You take a file, and load it … Continue reading

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