This is My Vim Config. There Are Many Like It, But This One is Mine. my personal vim config and dotfiles, tailored towards front-end development
There are two versions:
- Basic - basic functional setup (only one file). Good for remote servers where edits are minimal.
- Full - full setup (includes all dotfiles and plugins). Good for day-to-day development.
Installation of Basic Setup:
cp basic .vimrc file to remote server root
Installation of Full Development IDE:
cd ~/ git clone git://github.com/kwaledesign/dotfiles.git
Then, symlink files to appropriate locations cd ~/ ln -s ~/dotfiles/.vimrc ln -s ~/dotfiles/.tmux.conf ln -s ~/dotfiles/.zshrc ln -s ~/dotfiles/.ctags ln -s ~/dotfiles/.gitignore ln -s ~/dotfiles/.gitconfig
Update to Latest Version
git pull --rebase
Oh My Zsh!
- pathogen - manages the runtime path of the plugins
- fugitive -
- YankRing - History for yanks, changes, deletes
- BufClose - close current buffer, or a buffer by name
- command-t -
- ctrlp - Fuzzy file, buffer, mru, tag, etc finder
- minibufexpl - Elegant buffer explorer - takes very little screen space
- nerdtree - A tree explorer plugin for vim.
- vim-autoclose - enable an auto-close chars feature
- vim-easymotion - Vim motion on speed!
- vim-powerline - better-looking, more functional vim statuslines. (still using despite depreciated to avoid the python dependency of its successor )
- vim-repeat - repeat.vim: enable repeating supported plugin maps with "."