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Commits on Aug 13, 2015
  1. This is a sad, sad day...

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - My employer uses _PERFORCE_ (!?!?!?), so I've added back the plugin
      that I never thought I'd see again.
    - Eliminated the => and <- unicode conversions because my new employer
      doesn't do that :)
    - Minor config changes to the Vimwiki install
    - Too much glare on my screen... need to up the font size
Commits on Aug 12, 2015
  1. Cleanups and Vimwiki add

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - eliminated `airline`
    - eliminated `lightline`
    - eliminated `syntastic`
    - Added `Vimwiki`
    - Set the startup `colorscheme` to `navajo-night`
Commits on Aug 10, 2015
  1. A few fixes

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - The => / <- stuff needed to ignore some comments
    - Added the `vim-sbt` plugin to the `runtimepath`
    - Updated some xpt snippets for scala
    - Trying out lightline... not sure i like it
    - Using the indent guides... i think i like those
Commits on Jul 25, 2015
  1. Various 'stuff'

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - Fixed the => and -> unicode substitution
    - Modified maketags to provide a 'force' option
    - Trying out the 'hier' plugin
    - Trying out the 'geeknote' plugin
    - setting 'number' with 'relativenumber' is keen - it shows me the line
      i'm on, as opposed to `0`
    - Finally committed the font change to 'Source Code Pro'
    - Found a faster / better way for 'CtrlP' to find files
Commits on May 14, 2015
  1. Soooo much tags and scala goodness

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - The modification of the buffer to go back and forth between unicode
      characters was adding to the undo list, which was annoying so I now
      join things up properly
    - Tags files include "everything" in the `~/.vim-tags` directory, which
      lets me index other projects and have them included. I have a small
      hack in there that ignores things for the "current" project that isn't
      for the current branch.  This means that the other projects will have
      everything included, if there are tags files for other branches in
      those projects.  I could fix this but then I'd need to call out to git
      to get their current branch as well, and I don't want to do that.
    - Since I've broken up the tags files, it's now faster when I want to
      generate deltas, so I call `maketags` on a write of a file, which will
      ensure things are up to date.
Commits on May 11, 2015
  1. Modifications to how I generate tags

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - I was sticking all of my tags in one big file and it was brutal
    - This is now much faster, as it breaks up all of the work into multiple
      files and conditionally builds things
Commits on May 5, 2015
  1. Various changes

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - Stopped using `airline`. Wow... it made _everything_ slow, and I don't
      know why, and I don't really care - it was just pretty. Leaving insert
      mode had lag, switching windows had lag, ugh... no longer smooth like
      - So I put back my old status line
    - Added switching to integration tests for `scala`
    - Added the ability to wipeout all buffers -- well, I had this before
      but it wasn't working, so I had to make it smarter
    - The code that asks things about git is now smarter, as it uses a cache
      file instead of asking the `git` executable
    - stopped using my version of `ag` and am now back to using `rking`s
Commits on Feb 20, 2015
  1. Fix for Issue #2. I really should be using ZSH.

    Derek Wyatt authored
Commits on Feb 12, 2015
  1. Moved the branch / tag code into a general spot

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - I don't know why I had this as something special for Scala... Scala is
      pretty special, but...
    - Moving things into my ~/.vimrc makes it general, and it now works for
      any file that I happen to be in, which is inside of a git repository
Commits on Feb 5, 2015
  1. Simplified the branch motion

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - I let my (new) git post-checkout hook do the ctags run, thanks to
      @okcompute for that idea
    - Still need to compute the tags filename and clear out the CtrlP cache
      when switching branches, which is still done
Commits on Feb 4, 2015
  1. Improvements on scala branch switching

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - Yeah, it wasn't 20 minutes but it wasn't 5 days either...
    - I've generalized things a bit more to handle multiple different
    - Fixed up the FindGitDirOrRoot() to ':p' everything, after finddir
      un-absolutifies it.
Commits on Feb 3, 2015
  1. A couple of cleanups and tags file management

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - I was having a bitch of a time getting my tags file(s) to regenerate
      when I was switching branches.  This now detects when I don't have a
      tags file for my branch and generates one.
    - It's blocking, but I think that's what I want at the moment... we'll
Commits on Nov 4, 2014
  1. Some tweaks

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - Finally got around to fixing the annoying jumping tha thappens when I flip
      scala files between Unicode <- / => and ascii <- / =>
    - Added the airline plugin
    - Got rid of my update script for plugins now that I'm using Vundle
Commits on Aug 28, 2014
  1. Ruby, Git and Colors

    - Changed ruby indentations to 2 spaces - Scala's got me hooked on that format
    - Now that I have Vundle it's easier to opt-out of certain plugins when Vim is
      being spawned by Git.  I opt-out of the indexer plugin in that case
    - Switched my default color scheme to Jellybeans. It's neato.
Commits on Aug 24, 2014
  1. Ruby and work

    - Some indentation fixes for ruby
    - Now that I'm using Vundle it's easier to deal with the loading of indexer when
      Vim has been launched by git - i.e. don't load the indexer plugin
    - Also incorporated my NPL plugin for use at work.
Commits on Aug 12, 2014
  1. Vundle, colors and maintenance

    - Swapped out Pathogen in favour of Vundle
    - Modified zenburn to get rid of the bold... i hate bold
    - cleaned up some annoying stuff in my vimrc (useless functions, bad XML
Commits on Aug 8, 2014
  1. The Indexer plugin hurts when you're doing small things

    - If I'm on the cmdline and trying to commit something to git, I want to use Vim
      to do it, but it goes and tries to index my filesystem first and that sucks
      like an industrial vaccuum
Commits on Jun 8, 2014
  1. More personal tweaks

    - Trimmed my fugitive status to match work's branching structure a bit better
    - Added a couple of maps for text wrapping
    - CtrlP mapping helpers
Commits on Apr 13, 2014
  1. minor typo in vimrc's comment

    Andrew Sim authored
Commits on Feb 25, 2014
  1. Status line trimming

    - Fugitive is awesome, but if I have a long branch name (which is common where I
      work) then it steals all of the real-estate in the status line
    - This change turns things like '[Git(feature/XYZ-9999_Description-goes-here)]' into
      something like '{f/XYZ-9999_}'
    - Also updated my config for the changes I made to vim-ag
Commits on Feb 24, 2014
Commits on Feb 18, 2014
  1. Swapped Autotags for Indexer

    - Autotags just wasn't working... Indexer does.
    - Also snuck in a change to customize a scala test template
Commits on Feb 16, 2014
  1. Letting CtrlP see more stuff

    - The company I'm working for at the moment has some generated sources that go
      inside various 'target' directories
    - In order to be able to see them, I need to exclude the subdirectories of
      'target' that don't contain the stuff I'm looking for.  It's a bit verbose but
      works pretty well
  2. Customizations for AG and Quickfix

    Derek Wyatt authored
    - I've forked the silver search plugin and the quickfix plugin and customized
    - My forks are and
Commits on Feb 8, 2014
Commits on Jan 2, 2014
  1. Updates for CtrlP

Commits on Jan 1, 2014
  1. Miscellanous updates

    - Added the VisIncr plugin. I took it out a while ago, but missed it.
    - Added some searches for unicode ⇒ thanks to
    - Took the safety net out - i.e. no backup or swap files
    - Cleaned up the scala case class snippet
    - Added some special handling for markdown files
Commits on Dec 30, 2013
Commits on Dec 21, 2013
Commits on Dec 2, 2013
  1. Continuing migration to CtrlP

    - Shaping up.
    - I must say I don't get why <c-p> was used for so much.
      - I decided to ditch it so I could use <c-n> and <c-p> in a more
        <c-n> and <c-p> kinda way
    - I also use mnemonic key mappings as well, just like I did with
      fuzzyfinder, since that worked pretty well for me
    - I love the configurability of this plugin
Commits on Nov 30, 2013
  1. Configurations for CtrlP

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