Combining the awesomeness of various vim plugins in one easy configurable unit.
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README.textile

Attempting to combine the awesomeness of various vim plugins in one easy configurable unit.

To install, there’s a few rake tasks you should know:
rake preinstall Pulls down git submodules.
rake install Copies files over to ~/.vim

And if you need to:
rake uninstall Deletes ~/.vim
rake reinstall Uninstall, install.

Also, if you want to update the submodules:
rake update Does a git pull on each of them. You’ll need to do a commit yourself.

If you want to add your own folders, plugins, or what have you, feel free! Just put whatever files you want in the personal folder. Check out the Rakefile and go for it.