cr stands for Carriage Return (Enter)
In insert mode you can use
Ctrl-P to auto-complete text.
J joins the line below with the current one, e.g.
this is<cursor>\n2 lines becomes
this is 2 lines
; is an alias for
: so you don't need to do
Ctrl-^ to switch back to the previous file in that window. Works well if you use the explorer to find/edit a file then want to go back to the explorer.
Ctrl-G s: Run
Ctrl-G c: Run
Ctrl-G b: Run
Ctrl-G l: Run
Ctrl-G g: Open the current file in github
Ctrl-G p: Run
An awesome fuzzy file finder.
Ctrl-P: Open the fuzzy finder, start typing to search.
When open use
Ctrl-t to open the selected file in a new tab, or
Enter to open in the currently highlighted buffer.
A better grep
Ctrl-A And then type to search in the current directory
_vimrc_local.vim in the project root and this plugin will load it whenever you open a file in that project.
set wildignore+=*/app/cache/*,*/app/log/* let g:ctrlp_working_path_mode = 0