git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:jaredmcateer/vc.git
./makeLinks - This will create symlinks in your HOME dir and checkout the initial Vundle plugin for vim and then open vim and install the other bundles.
\1- NERDTree Toggle
\3- NERDTree Find
Ctrl-h/j/k/l- Navigate split windows
Ctrl+f- Previous Tab
Ctrl+g- Next Tab
Ctrl+c- Close current tab
Ctrl+t- Open new tab with
:BundleInstall- will install any new bundles
:BundleInstall!- will install any new bundles and update existing (slower)
:BundleClean- remove any bundles that aren't in your .vimrc
\ev- Edit .vimrc
\n- toggle line numbers
\r- toggle relative line numbers (0 starts at your cursors and counts outward from there handy for block operations)
- Vundle - Vundle is a plugin managemer similar to Pathogen
- NERDTree - A directory tree explorer for vim.
- NERDCommenter - A powerful plugin for commenting code
- Fugitive - An awesome Git wrapper
- Powerline - A sexy new status line (Vim 7.3+)
- Snipmate - Useful code snippets
- Snipmate Snippets - A collection of useful snippets in a bunch for a bunch of languages
- Align - Plugin that is useful for aligning text
- Surround - Allows you to easily surround text with stuff like quotes and parenthesis
- Xterm Color Table - Displays the colors availabe to vim, handy if you are editing your color scheme a lot
- Rails - Makes working in RoR projects a dream.
- Smart Input - A really nice tag autocompletor
- Tagbar - Lets you see functions, methods, and properties in your current file and jump to them.
- Syntastic - Adds smart parenthesis/brackets and a few other syntax tweaks to your files
- Xdebug - Allows for proper debugging php scripts
- Html Annoyance - Fixes a few annoyances when editing HTML, paricularly the underline of anchor tages when they span multiple lines
- Nodejs Complete - Adds better omnicomplete support for node js files
- Ack - Allows ack-grepping from inside vim
- Easy Motion - Better movement in vim files
- Color Schemes - Like a billion colorschemes
- Command-T - Amazing fuzzy file searching.
For Command-T to work you will need to have vim compiled with the ruby interpretor enabled and you will probably have to run
rake make in the
- DBExt - Great tool for working with a database inside of vim.
For DBExt you'll need to create an
sql.vim that contains your DB connection info in your home directory (or edit the .vimrc to move it).