And up-to-date version can now always be found at github.com/timss/vimconf
Below description is pretty outdated, but the downloadable file was updated to the 03.03.13 version.What is this?
My current setup for the editor Vim. Still use Netbeans kjeksomanen.deviantart.com/art…
from time to time when I'm working on a big project that was started using Netbeans, but all my new projects and scripting is done exclusively in Vim because it's well, just a great editor when configured properly!
The .zip-file includes the colorscheme, my .vimrc and the fonts used.Plugins
Abolish - Word substitution
AutoClose - Handle parenthesis/brackets like IDEs
Fugitive - Git manager
FuzzyFinder - Great/greatest *-opener
MRU - Most recently used files
Nerdtree - File manager
Powerline - Better statusline
Snipmate - Snippets inspired by snipmate, easy to configure
Surround - Surround those strings with tags!
Supertab - Tabcompletion
Taglist - Function/method/tag viewer
Vundle - Plugin managerOther
Font: DejaVu Sans Mono patched for Powerline gist.github.com/1630581
at pt. 8
Vundle is a plugin manager for Vim which makes handling plugins way easier. In order to install plugins using it you first have to download and install it like any other plugin. Then run a new Vim-session and type BundleInstall and it'll do all the work for you. For more information see it's Github page: github.com/gmarik/vundle/
Vundle requires Git and cURL and might therefore be quite the pain to install on Windows. More information about it here: github.com/gmarik/vundle/wiki/…
Or just change to the only sensible operating system; Linux!More
I made a short video showing some Perl-programming here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrzAuL…