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gmarik committed Mar 20, 2011
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@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ Vundle allows to:
Also *Vundle* :
- manages runtime path of your installed scripts
-- regenerates helptag atomatically
+- regenerates helptags automatically
Vundle takes advantage of [vim-scripts.org](http://vim-scripts.org)
in order to install/search [all available vim scripts]
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ in order to install/search [all available vim scripts]
Bundle "git://git.wincent.com/command-t.git"
" ...
- " NOTE: if some plugins fail to work, put the config *between* lines:
+ " NOTE: if some plug-ins fail to work, put the config *between* lines:
" filetype off
" "Bundles here
" filetype plugin indent on
@@ -99,27 +99,27 @@ run >
:BundleInstall
installs configured scripts. Newly installed scripts will be automatically
-enabled. Except special cases requiring compilation or preconfiguration.
+enabled. Except special cases requiring compilation or pre-configuration.
BundleInstall allows to install scripts by name:>
:BundleIntall unite.vim
-installs and activates unite.vim. You can use Tab to autocomplete known script names.
+installs and activates unite.vim. You can use Tab to auto-complete known script names.
NOTE: installation, as just described, doesn't automatically configure scripts;
you have to configure them manually.
4.3 UPDATE SCRIPTS ~
*vundle-scripts-update* *BundleInstall!*
run >
- :BundleInstall! " note bang(!)
+ :BundleInstall! " NOTE: bang(!)
installs or updates configured scripts.
4.4 SEARCHING ~
*vundle-scripts-search* *BundleSearch*
run >
- :Bundles foo " note plural Bundles not singular Bundle
+ :Bundles foo " NOTE: plural Bundles not singular Bundle
lists bundles matching 'foo' in new a new split window, ie:
>
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ Interactive mode is available as result of :Bundles command. For instance runnin
:Bundles! unite
-searches for scripts matching 'unite' string and yelds the split window with
+searches for scripts matching 'unite' string and yields a split window with
content: >
"Keymap: i - Install bundle; c - Cleanup; r - Refine list; R - Reload list
@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ content: >
Bundle 'unite-font'
Bundle 'unite-colorscheme'
-As the first line(starting with `"Keymap:`) sows
+As the first line(starting with `"Keymap:`) shows
certain Vundle commands can be triggered with single keypress, ie:
KEY | DESCRIPTION
@@ -184,9 +184,9 @@ KEY | DESCRIPTION
r | refine list; requires a string to refine list with
R | fetch fresh script list from server
-So move cursor over line `Bundle 'unite.vim'` and press i key(install).
+Now move cursor over line `Bundle 'unite.vim'` and press i key(install).
After unite.vim script is installed - `:Unite file` command should be
-available to prove 'unite.vim' availability
+available to prove 'unite.vim' availability.
NOTE: Interactive installation doesn't update your .vimrc configuration.

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