A ready to use minimal Vim (Sublime Text -like) .vimrc configuration
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README.md

Vim sublime

A ready to use minimal Vim (Sublime Text -like) .vimrc configuration

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Installation

vim-sublime includes Vundle package manager and some external plugins.

Install Vundle

$ git clone https://github.com/VundleVim/Vundle.vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/Vundle.vim

Install vim-sublime .vimrc

$ curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/grigio/vim-sublime/master/vimrc > $HOME/.vimrc

Then open vim and run

:PluginInstall

Add the plugin colors

$ cd

$ git clone https://github.com/flazz/vim-colorschemes

$ mv vim-colorschemes/colors/ .vim

$ rm -rf vim-colorschemes

Quit and enter in vim again to apply the changes

You can also add machine specific config to ~/.local.vim

For best results make sure your $TERM env variable is 256 colours; export TERM=xterm-256color

Note: to have the correct font in the bottom bar you need a Powerline font installed and selected in the terminal.

Features included and Shortcuts

The shortcuts should work in vim (terminal with 256 colors) on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows (I'm joking, I don't know).

Everywhere

  • Ctrl + p - Open other files in the folder
  • Ctrl + f - Find text in the document
  • Ctrl + z - Cancel
  • Ctrl + y - Redo
  • F1 - Snippets

Selection - after (Esc + v) or (Shift+ v)

  • Ctrl + c - Copy
  • Ctrl + x - Cut
  • Ctrl + v - Paste
  • Ctrl + m - Comment / Decomment
  • Ctrl + w + <tag> - <tag>Wrap text</tag>
  • Tab - Indent text
  • Tab + Shift - Reindent text

An alternative way to comment is Ctrl + v (Visual-block mode) then Shift+i add the commenting characters (es. //) and press Esc.

To decomment, Ctrl + v, select the part you want to delete at the beginning of the line and press d.

Tabs

  • Ctrl + t - New tab
  • Ctrl + k - Close tab
  • Ctrl + b - Previous tab
  • Ctrl + n - Next tab

Author

Luigi Maselli - http://grigio.org

If You use Macvim see also subvim, another Sublime Text for VIM project