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README.rst

Vim Configuration

This is Mark's Vim configuration. He's put it up here so that he can have a place to easily install it for whatever computer he's running Vim on.

If you're not Mark, you may want to look over the files to see what exactly is going on before installing it, instead of blindly copying and pasting into your local config (which is never a good idea to begin with).

This particular configuration attempts to emphasize using Vim's keybindings, as opposed to emulating other editors' keybindings.

Installation

To install everything, run the following commands:

git clone --recursive https://github.com/malept/vimfiles
cd vimfiles
for f in vim vimrc gvimrc; do
    ln -s `pwd`/${f} ~/.${f}
done

Partial installation is left as an exercise to the reader.

Bundles

To see a comprehensive list of bundles, check out the vim/bundle directory.

Adding a new bundle

Use the add_bundle.sh script. Usage:

./add_bundle.sh [git URL]

Updating bundles

You can update all of the bundles with update_bundles.sh. Usage:

./update_bundles.sh

vim-profile

vim-profile handles environment variables before running whichever flavor of Vim/Neovim you wish to run. Usage:

vim-profile [...additional Vim args...]

vim-profile requires either Python 2.7, or Python 3.3 and above.

License

Everything not in vim/bundle and special is licensed under the terms of the LGPL 3 or later, unless otherwise noted. Please see LICENSE for details. Alternative suggestions for a license are welcome.

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