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Hacking Vim 7.2 By Kim Schulz
2010 | 244 Pages | ISBN: 1849510504 | PDF | 4 MB
  • Ready-to-use hacks with solutions for common situations encountered by users of the Vim editor
  • Create, install, and use Vim scripts to extend Vim's functionality
  • Personalize your work-area to fit your workflow
  • Optimize your Vim editor to be faster and more responsive
  • Packed with tips and tricks based on the author's practical experience

In Detail
Vim is one of the most powerful open-source editors used by programmers and system administrators around the world. While Vim itself is inherently a powerful editor, personalizing it to suit your needs can be a daunting task. However, it is possible to do so with the help of this book.
This book contains examples that cover everything from personalizing Vim according to the your work cycle to optimizations that will boost the your productivity. The main focus of this book is to make your life, as a Vim user, easier.
Each chapter deals with a different aspect, and provides recipes for easy-to-use hacks to customize and simplify your Vim experience. After an introduction covering the derivation of Vim and its relatives from the vi editor, the author explains basic changes that you can make to the appearance of the Vim editor. Further chapters cover improved navigation through files and buffers in Vim; speeding up your work with templates, auto-completion, folding, sessions, and registers; and formatting text and code, including using external formatting scripts. The final comprehensive chapter covers everything about using Vim scripts and scripting to extend functionality.
This book is written for Vim 7.2, the latest stable version. This latest version of Vim includes many new features like spell-checking, code completion, document tabs, current line and column highlighting, undo branches, and much more.
Getting the most out of the Vim editor

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