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Fixed some typos in readme. Making it ready to be used on Windows as …

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  1. +23 −16 README.md
  2. +4 −3 install_awesome_vimrc.sh
  3. +12 −5 vimrcs/basic.vim
  4. +2 −2 vimrcs/plugins_config.vim
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39 README.md
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ This is useful to install on remote servers where you don't need many plugins an
git clone git://github.com/amix/vimrc.git ~/.vim_runtime
sh ~/.vim_runtime/install_basic_vimrc.sh
-
+
## How to install the Awesome version
The awesome version includes a lot of great plugins, configurations and color schemes that make Vim a lot better. To install it simply do following:
@@ -26,6 +26,11 @@ The awesome version includes a lot of great plugins, configurations and color sc
sh ~/.vim_runtime/install_awesome_vimrc.sh
+## How to install on Windows
+
+
+
+
## Some screenshots
Colors when editing a Python file:
@@ -36,9 +41,9 @@ Opening recently opened files [mru.vim](https://github.com/vim-scripts/mru.vim):
![Screenshot 2](http://files1.wedoist.com/1967b0e48af40e513d1a464e08196990/as/screenshot_2.png)
-Seeing opened buffers [bufexplorer.zip](https://github.com/vim-scripts/bufexplorer.zip):
+[NERD Tree](https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdtree) plugin in a terminal window:
-![Screenshot 3](http://files1.wedoist.com/88eeb6ff36cf88d062e73c87af482d9c/as/screenshot_3.png )
+![Screenshot 3](http://files1.wedoist.com/b1509d7ed9e9f357e8d04797f9fad67b/as/screenshot3.png)
## What plugins are included?
@@ -93,23 +98,23 @@ Now you have vim-rails installed ;-)
### Plugin related mappings
-Open bufexplorer and see and manage the current buffers:
+Open [bufexplorer](https://github.com/vim-scripts/bufexplorer.zip) and see and manage the current buffers:
map <leader>o :BufExplorer<cr>
-Open MRU.vim and see the recently open files:
+Open [MRU.vim](https://github.com/vim-scripts/mru.vim) and see the recently open files:
map <leader>f :MRU<CR>
-Open ctrlp.vim plugin:
+Open [ctrlp.vim](https://github.com/kien/ctrlp.vim) plugin:
let g:ctrlp_map = '<c-f>'
-Open peepopen plugin:
+Open [PeepOpen](https://peepcode.com/products/peepopen) plugin:
map <leader>j :PeepOpen<cr>
-NERDTree:
+Managing the [NERD Tree](https://github.com/scrooloose/nerdtree) plugin:
map <leader>nn :NERDTreeToggle<cr>
map <leader>nb :NERDTreeFromBookmark
@@ -125,7 +130,7 @@ Treat long lines as break lines (useful when moving around in them):
map j gj
map k gk
-Map <Space> to / (search) and Ctrl-<Space> to ? (backwards search):
+Map `<Space>` to `/` (search) and `<Ctrl>+<Space>` to `?` (backwards search):
map <space> /
map <c-space> ?
@@ -205,7 +210,7 @@ Insert the current date and time (useful for timestamps):
### Visual mode mappings
-Visual mode pressing * or # searches for the current selection:
+Visual mode pressing `*` or `#` searches for the current selection:
vnoremap <silent> * :call VisualSelection('f')<CR>
vnoremap <silent> # :call VisualSelection('b')<CR>
@@ -230,11 +235,11 @@ Surround the visual selection in parenthesis/brackets/etc.:
### Command line mappings
-$q is super useful when browsing on the command line. It deletes everything until the last slash.
+$q is super useful when browsing on the command line. It deletes everything until the last slash:
cno $q <C-\>eDeleteTillSlash()<cr>
-Bash like keys for the command line
+Bash like keys for the command line:
cnoremap <C-A> <Home>
cnoremap <C-E> <End>
@@ -249,7 +254,7 @@ Pressing `<leader>ss` will toggle and untoggle spell checking
map <leader>ss :setlocal spell!<cr>
-Shortcuts using <leader> instead of special chars
+Shortcuts using `<leader>` instead of special chars
map <leader>sn ]s
map <leader>sp [s
@@ -260,13 +265,15 @@ Shortcuts using <leader> instead of special chars
Do :help cope if you are unsure what cope is. It's super useful!
When you search with vimgrep, display your results in cope by doing:
-* `<leader>cc`
+`<leader>cc`
To go to the next search result do:
-* `<leader>n`
+`<leader>n`
To go to the previous search results do:
-* `<leader>p`
+`<leader>p`
+
+Vimscript mappings:
map <leader>cc :botright cope<cr>
map <leader>co ggVGy:tabnew<cr>:set syntax=qf<cr>pgg
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7 install_awesome_vimrc.sh
@@ -9,8 +9,9 @@ source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/filetypes.vim
source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/plugins_config.vim
source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/extended.vim
-if filereadable("~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/my_configs.vim")
-source ~/.vim_runtime/vimrcs/my_configs.vim
-endif' > ~/.vimrc
+try
+source ~/.vim_runtime/my_configs.vim
+catch
+endtry' > ~/.vimrc
echo "Installed the Ultimate Vim configuration successfully! Enjoy :-)"
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17 vimrcs/basic.vim
@@ -9,16 +9,19 @@
" Blog_post:
" http://amix.dk/blog/post/19691#The-ultimate-Vim-configuration-on-Github
"
+" Awesome_version:
+" Get this config, nice color schemes and lots of plugins!
+"
+" Install the awesome version from:
+"
+" https://github.com/amix/vimrc
+"
" Syntax_highlighted:
" http://amix.dk/vim/vimrc.html
"
" Raw_version:
" http://amix.dk/vim/vimrc.txt
"
-" Awesome_version:
-" Get this config, nice color schemes and lots of plugins!
-" https://github.com/amix/vimrc
-"
" Sections:
" -> General
" -> VIM user interface
@@ -120,7 +123,11 @@ set tm=500
" Enable syntax highlighting
syntax enable
-colorscheme desert
+try
+ colorscheme desert
+catch
+endtry
+
set background=dark
" Set extra options when running in GUI mode
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4 vimrcs/plugins_config.vim
@@ -35,9 +35,9 @@ map <leader>f :MRU<CR>
" => YankRing
""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""
if has("win16") || has("win32")
- let g:yankring_history_dir = '~/_vim_runtime/temp_dirs/'
+ let g:yankring_history_dir = 'C:\Windows\temp\yank_vim_dir'
else
- let g:yankring_history_dir = '~/.vim_runtime/temp_dirs/'
+ let g:yankring_history_dir = '~/.vim_runtime/temp_dirs/'
endif

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