Vim - the ubiquitous text editor
Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to make creating and
changing any kind of text very efficient.
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
is the current version
Of course there is also Vim total landscaping.
It will last for four seasons! Sorry, no fire extinguisher. (Bram Moolenaar)
29 years ago the very first version of Vim was built and distributed.
And Vim is more popular than ever before! So, what's going on these days?
Read it in this message. (Bram Moolenaar)
VimConf 2020 online
Since the normal VimConf was cancelled because of the pandemic, others organised an online version.
This happened in the weekend of September 5.
You can now find most of the talks on YouTube.
See the conference website.
Note that each speaker had its own way of recording, the quality is mixed. (Bram Moolenaar)
Vim: The power tool for everyone!
See pictures of Bram's latest visit to Uganda on
Read the visit report on the ICCF website.
| Recent Script Updates
|| 5,769 scripts, 16,026,509 downloads
|| unicon : uniform contrast light and dark colorscheme
||(2.2.0) Highlight SignColumn as LineNr - Andrey Bartashevitch
|| git-switcher.vim : Automatically save and load vim session based on switching of git branch.
||(1.12.0) Add gsw_save_non_project_session_confirm option. - Toru Hoyano
|| SelX : A Rainbow of Vim selection/highlighting & search
||(24/11/20) - Improved feedback for 'full word/arbitrary' selection toggle operation
- Added search success/failure feedback; printed to command line
- Minor comment corrections
- Richard Bentley-Green
|| VPE - Vim Python Extensions : Extension for Vim scripting using Python 3
||(0.4.1) - Log class.
- Changed the way the buffer contents are trimmed. Prevents (or at least
reduces) annoying window redraws/corruption. - Paul Ollis
|| vim-macroscope : Quick macro editing
||(1.1) Use <q-args> rather than <args> so macroscope can be called like :Macroscope q rather than :Macroscope 'q' - Dom Batten
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