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Vim - the ubiquitous text editor

Vim is a highly configurable text editor for efficiently creating and changing any kind of text. It is included as "vi" with most UNIX systems and with Apple OS X.

Vim is rock stable and is continuously being developed to become even better. Among its features are:
  • persistent, multi-level undo tree
  • extensive plugin system
  • support for hundreds of programming languages and file formats
  • powerful search and replace
  • integrates with many tools

  News  Vim 8.2.0314 is the current version 

Vim 8.2 is released

[2019-12-13] More than a year after 8.1 and 2424 patches: Here is 8.2! You can read the announcement on this page. Main new feature is support for Popup windows. To show it off a silly game was created. Happy Vimming! (Bram Moolenaar)

VimConf 2019 Videos and Photos available

[2019-12-03] VimConf 2019 was held successfully in Tokyo. Big thanks to the organizers! Videos can now be found on Youtube. Photos can be found on the VimConf website (Bram Moolenaar)

VimConf 2019 tickets now available

[2019-09-10] Last year's VimConf was a great success. You can find links to the slides and videos on the website. VimConf 2019 is taking place on November 3rd in Tokyo. It looks like tickets are still available here. (Bram Moolenaar)


Recent patches

Patch 8.2.0314
Problem: Short name not set for terminal buffer.
Solution: Set the short name. (closes #5687)
Patch 8.2.0313
Problem: Vim9: insufficient script tests.
Solution: Add tests. Make import of alphanumeric name work.
Patch 8.2.0312
Problem: Vim9: insufficient script tests.
Solution: Add more tests. Make "import * as Name" work.
Patch 8.2.0311
Problem: Vim9: insufficient script tests.
Solution: Add tests. Free imports when re-using a script.
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  Recent Script Updates  5,712 scripts, 15,281,676 downloads 
[2020-02-25]  ChangeGlobally : Change {motion} text and repeat the substitution.
(2.01) - Support {target-motion} of |gv| in <Leader>gc and <Leader>gx to replace in the last selection. (Previously, the {source-motion} clobbered the user-established visual selection.) - The custom operators don't clobber the previous visual selection any longer. - BUG: Regression: gcc and gxx broken by forgotten adaptation of regexp magicness. - Ingo Karkat
[2020-02-25]  borlandp.vim : a Vim colorscheme that looks like good old Borland IDEs.
(20200224) Added dark background options, default is still the classic blue. let g:borlandp_bg = "dark_blue" let g:borlandp_bg = "dark_gray" let g:borlandp_bg = "black" - Caglar Toklu
[2020-02-24]  MessageRecall : Browse and re-insert previous (commit, status) messages.
(1.30) - ENH: Sort the :MessageStore completion candidates for configured message stores by last modification time (instead of alphabetically by identifier), so stores that were recently updated come first. - ENH: Allow :MessageStore referencing via N count of configured stores, too. - Ingo Karkat
[2020-02-24]  VcsMessageRecall : Browse and re-insert previous VCS commit messages.
(1.05) - ENH: Message stores from working copies that are located next to the current one are configured (in |b:MessageRecall_ConfiguredMessageStores|) automatically for easy access via :MessageStore {dir}. *** You need to update to ingo-library (vimscript #4433) version 1.038! *** - Ingo Karkat
[2020-02-24]  visualrepeat : Repeat command extended to visual mode.
(1.32) - BUG: visualrepeat#reapply#VisualMode() mistakenly adds the next full line when restoring a linewise visual selection (to a smaller target). - Use :normal for Vim 7.3.100..7.4.601 and feedkeys(..., 'i') for newer versions, aligning the used mechanism with what repeat.vim uses. - Ingo Karkat
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